Best way to store a silicone toy?

FHeemz FHeemz
I got a Tantus Deuce 2 somewhat recently and things seem to like to stick to it. (I clean it before every use anyway, but this annoys me.) So far the best way I have found to store it is in it's original packaging and thats rather inconvenient. How do you guys store your silicone toys?
06/02/2012
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potstickers potstickers
You could try using ziploc bags?
06/02/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Zip top bags or a pouch work good. I find that I like to warm them anyways so they just get tossed in a drawer. Just make sure there are only silicone toys touching it.
06/03/2012
Girly Juice Girly Juice
I use clear plastic sandwich bags. Keeps the lint away and keeps my silicone toys from touching each other in storage.
06/03/2012
solitudinarian solitudinarian
Sandwich bags or pouches might be the way to go. I just keep them all in a drawer, with metal or glass toys between them to keep them from touching. As long as I don't pull the drawer open too fast they tend not to move around much anyways. I wipe down the lint collectors with a baby wipe before use.
06/03/2012
Jenna@Tantus Jenna@Tantus
Great question! One of the drawbacks of silicone is that it's negatively charged, so lint, etc. will stick to the surface. Most folks I know use plastic bags of some kind. Not attractive, but they work...

And just for the record, you can safely store Tantus toys touching each other, with no problems. So if you wanted to put them all in a bag, you certainly could.
06/04/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Ziplock bags should work fine. I store all of my silicone dildos together in a makeup bag I got at Target, so that's another option and it's actually a little easier than having a million plastic bags, I think. Pure silicone can touch pure silicone, so no worries there.
06/05/2012
mistre$$ mistre$$
I use pouches.
06/05/2012
Rey Rey
zip-loc bags work best. And make sure the toy is completely dry after washing
06/16/2012
xMila xMila
I store all my toys in ziploc bags, whether they are silicone or not, just to be safe. I've read some stories of just normal plastic toys having bad reactions to touching other plastics too.
06/16/2012
nosrslylol nosrslylol
Most of my toys I keep in pouches.
07/23/2012
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