Sometimes a Liquidation sticker is applied. The sticker can be peeled off, usually pretty easy. The sticker generally doesn't leave residue but if it does you can easily remove it with a Clorox brand wipe. Must use Clorox brand! Other brands damage the tag and leave soap residue. Sometimes the sticker is stapled on. If you take your time and carefully remove the staples by sliding them out, instead of yanking it off, you should have no holes. On the other hand, if you rip it straight out, obviously you are going to leave holes.
Sometimes a piece appears used or may even be used. We try to remove pieces with extreme signs of wear but it is not possible for us to catch 100%.
Sometimes the piece was part of a set and the rest of the set is missing but the remaining piece is perfectly sellable,
Sometimes the item is a set and the set is missing 1 or more pieces but the remaining pieces are perfectly sellable.
Sometimes pieces have makeup, dust or deodorant or similar on it from being tried on or dropped on the floor. Makeup and deodorant can be removed without washing. If you're not sure how to remove it, simply look at the interior tag that says the material of the garment and Google search "How to remove lipstick (or whatever it is) from cotton (or whatever material) without washing".
Sometimes the piece has a stain from something being spilled or dropped on it in the store. Usually food or beverage. Occasionally the stain is ink from a pen.
Sometimes the pieces needs mending Mending is typically very basic but on occasion can be more complicated.
We try to weed out major damage but it is not always possible to catch 100%.