Cleaning out in the Summer? — the gig economy can help

Gig economy worker — Phlatbed
  1. Take the time to look through your stuff. Get a good idea of what you consider to be junk. If you haven’t seen our needed it in 3 months or more, it’s probably junk.
  2. Do you need it, or could you sell it? Not all junk is useless. You can sell it online!
  3. Pick a date and time you want the junk items gone.
  4. Take photos of the items, post it for removal using an on-demand moving and junk removal app like Phlatbed (you can also name your price, how much you’re willing to pay the junk remover)
  5. Place all the junk in a visible location for the driver/remover to find upon arrival
  6. Take the time to look through everything at your home or apartment to determine if additional items need to be removed.

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Technocrat, Pragmatist, Geek trying to un-geek myself! Founder/CEO

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