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  1. Hah, I'd be tickled pink if I could just ship them all off to one person and collect the dues! xD I'll try to start a list of them and take some pictures, then, thanks for the advice.
  2. I've got a rather decent sized collection of games (Mostly boxed SNES games) That I may be looking to part with. What would be the best/fastest way to sell a collection of games?
  3. Nah, my cats hate Sharpies.If they did, Goof Off is bad, as cats absorb toxins through their skin. Goof Off, if ingested, can kill you. According to the tin. Goo Gone would make them smell citrus-y. Cats don't like citrus. Alcohol would probably be bad for kitty as well. If they had Sharpie in their fur, I'd shave'em. I gave this too much thought... Yes, yes you did. Next time just say you learned from past experiences about using Goo Gone on cats - and that a regular bath for them is cheaper than the reconstructive surgery you have to go through on the other path. Most people won't even need a sarcasm flag! I'll keep that in mind . I'm gonna go bake a table now.
  4. Need to reconsider your priorities. That made me laugh. The cats have since been bathed, and the carts cleaned. They look *much* better. My question is, did the cats have sharpie on them, too? And did you try goof off, goo gone, or alcohol on them? Nah, my cats hate Sharpies.If they did, Goof Off is bad, as cats absorb toxins through their skin. Goof Off, if ingested, can kill you. According to the tin. Goo Gone would make them smell citrus-y. Cats don't like citrus. Alcohol would probably be bad for kitty as well. If they had Sharpie in their fur, I'd shave'em. I gave this too much thought...
  5. Need to reconsider your priorities. That made me laugh. The cats have since been bathed, and the carts cleaned. They look *much* better.
  6. That's because as was said above - Goof Off eats plastic.. I thought about that. I figure that if I go over the cart with one wipe, rather than scrubbing, it might come off. I've yet to try, as I have to bathe my cat.
  7. I got some of that Goof Off, which took the Sharpie right off. Problem NOW is that it left a milky sheen on the cart. Rubbing Alcohol made it look as if it was gone, but it came back. I'll try the cleaner again, but I really don't know what I should do. I doubt there's anything I can do, but suggestions are welcome!
  8. Great, I'll just run out and get me some of that cleaner he had! (Seriously.)
  9. What's gaffer's tape? The fingernail/alcohol works well, but I still see it, faintly.
  10. I recently acquired a few SNES games from a friend of my grandfather. They're all in great shape, most with manuals and one with the box. The only problem is the Sharpie that the previous owners used to label the games. Sharpie on games really bugs me, and if possible, I'd like to remove it. Is there any sure-fire way to get it off??
  11. I went to Taylor Town Trade Center today to check this out. It was there, and looked even better in person! It was 50 dollars, which was more cash than I had brought.
  12. That's good. Thanks for the input. He's got a lot of stuff, and at fair prices in comparison to what I pay at the local flea market.
  13. Ok, thanks. I'm definitely gonna try to get a 7800.This place has a much better deal for everything, even with the original box, but I have no clue if the site's legit or not. I don't have the cash at this moment, which is why I'm trying for a business rather than a private sale. When I have the money, I'll probably check the Marketplace. Does anyone have any experience with that website?
  14. Ok, thanks. I'm definitely This place has a much better deal, but I have no clue if it's legit or not. I don't have the cash at this moment, which is why I'm trying for a business rather than a private sale. When I have the money, I'll probably check the Marketplace. Does anyone have any experience with that website?
  15. I didn't think of that... I'd rather buy from a business, or ePay. ePay has some sort of insurance, and businesses usually come through.
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