Sex Toy Storage....Help

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Sex Toy Storage....Help

bdtail bdtail
I need a little help with storage so the little ones or maids do not find my toys....Here is what I found works..is a storage bag I bought from a street fair last week. It is called a “Utilimate Storage Bag”. It’s a large rectangular canvas bag with bungee cords connected at each corner. It has a zipper on it as well. They said the canvas was actually water resistant so it’s great for our toys. We connected this bag to the underside or our bed and it works great. It’s black in color and the bungee cords lift the bag tightly to the wooden slats so you can’t even notice it when looking under the bed.

Here’s a link to their site but I found it on Amazon as well link

I am always looking for stroage ideas, please let me know what you think would be the best one especially so that the kids can no find. Also, what are some good traveling storage ways????
07/06/2010
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Quote:
Originally posted by bdtail
I need a little help with storage so the little ones or maids do not find my toys....Here is what I found works..is a storage bag I bought from a street fair last week. It is called a “Utilimate Storage Bag”. It’s a large rectangular canvas bag with ...
Hey there!

EF has many storage solutions. These all lock and aren't too expensive:

Lockable sex toy case
Devine toy box pink corset
Devine toy box croco
Devine toy lace box

If money is no object, the Devine Playchest is a lovely storage chest. It locks, too.

For super secret and discreet storage, there's the Toibocks and its little sister Toitissue

For travel, there's carry on bags from Devine Toys in Red PVC and python print

I hope this helps.
07/06/2010
fatesrelease fatesrelease
I second the Toitissue if you are wanting your stuff to not be found! I saw the item in person and it is a really great quality and a unique idea concept!
07/06/2010
Kayla Kayla
I second both of the "Toi" storage options. However, if you have huge collections, they don't work for the whole collection. They do keep the favorites at hand though. The Devine Playchest is gorgeous, but I do think it's gorgeous enough to attractive kid's attention. I'd probably just recommend, for large-storage use, a luggage case from the store and purchase locks for it. However, if looking plain isn't too important, I highly recommend Kristi's suggestions.
07/06/2010
Alicia Alicia
Quote:
Originally posted by bdtail
I need a little help with storage so the little ones or maids do not find my toys....Here is what I found works..is a storage bag I bought from a street fair last week. It is called a “Utilimate Storage Bag”. It’s a large rectangular canvas bag with ...
I just keep mine in a dresser that is next to our bed and the kids don't ever really go over there. Once they get older though I'll have to think of something different. I like Misstress Kay's idea of the luggage and getting a lock, so that might be good for things that aren't used often and then maybe something like the boxes that Kristi suggested for the things you want to keep on hand.
07/06/2010
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by bdtail
I need a little help with storage so the little ones or maids do not find my toys....Here is what I found works..is a storage bag I bought from a street fair last week. It is called a “Utilimate Storage Bag”. It’s a large rectangular canvas bag with ...
Did you say "Maids" like, Plural? Wow.

That impressed me more than the storage chest.
07/10/2010
ghostmonkey22 ghostmonkey22
My girlfriend and I use a variety of boxes mainly becasue we have so many toys that won't all fit in on place we used old makeup cases cleanes out of course. These work great beacuse they already come with compartments and most have locks on them.
07/18/2010
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