freecycle sounded like a good plan. I tried 3 times to jump though all the
hoops to join freeycle but still have not succeed. Need a yahoo address, I
already have 3 addresses don't need another. Craigslist is much simpler to
use. Giving away stuff shouldn't need so much security attached to it.
See if local Habitat for Humanity has a ReStore anywhere nearby. If the
mirrors are in decent shape, they'll take them. (IOW, the silvering isn't
shot, and you didn't take any half-moons out of the edges getting them
Failing that, <some> Goodwills, Salvation Army stores, etc, take limited
building repair items- but for a mirror, they would probably want it wrapped
If you don't wanna haul, and live in a kid/gang free neighborhood, just put
on the curb with a 'free' sign, or add to a neighbors garage sale. If they
can keep the money, most people don't mind such donations.
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