There are grades that categorize second hand clothes based on quality.Grade A is a grade of mitumba clothes that are almost new.Their condition and quality are untampered with and they are the most profitable but also relatively expensive.
Grade B is a composition of second-hand used clothes,but slightly leaving them in good condition.
Grade C are second-hand clothes that come with minor defects including dents and ink spills as the defects can be corrected before the sale.
Grade D are second-hand clothes that come with major defects and cannot be adjusted by the seller as they are sold at the cheapest price because of their condition.
From this categories,grade A clothes are the most profitable because they feature high quality and almost new condition.Various cloth types do well in different locations based on different factors.
Various mitumba clothes one can start with include,mixed blouses,men official trousers,ladies cotton pants which includes official trousers,children jackets,fancy tops,school bags,skirts for both young and middle-aged women,dresses and shoes.
This is an ultimate guide that will give you an idea of how to start a mitumba business in Kenya.Playing your cards right in this business is a major boost in creating a successful mitumba business.
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