What do you keep your toys in?

Jessica Elizabeth Jessica Elizabeth
As my toy collection is growing i find my storage space getting steadily smaller and smaller..i've actually got the good toys in a tool bag right now LOL As it's sturdy and keeps them safe and clean. However, in a few toys it'll be full and i'll need to get something larger. i've looked at the nympho storage cases and as awesome as they look, it looks like there's not many pockets..though i suppose i can work with that and purchase additions...

Suggestions? Maybe even a link to a pink? LOL

Thanks
06/10/2009
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Femme Mystique Femme Mystique
I use some pouches that I got in the dollar section of Target. Some of them are drawstring sunglasses cases (for the smaller toys), I have one that's a zip up makeup case, and a few that are supposed to be reusable lunch sacks.
06/10/2009
Jessica Elizabeth Jessica Elizabeth
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Originally posted by Femme Mystique
I use some pouches that I got in the dollar section of Target. Some of them are drawstring sunglasses cases (for the smaller toys), I have one that's a zip up makeup case, and a few that are supposed to be reusable lunch sacks.
Hey make-up cases are a good idea! thanks
06/10/2009
Jessica Elizabeth Jessica Elizabeth
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Originally posted by Jessica Elizabeth
As my toy collection is growing i find my storage space getting steadily smaller and smaller..i've actually got the good toys in a tool bag right now LOL As it's sturdy and keeps them safe and clean. However, in a few toys it'll be full ... More
Right, that was "link to a pic" LOL
06/10/2009
Lara Lara
I've been using big, see-through plastic bins from IKEA. The box I use the most from has a plastic insert that allows two levels of toys.

A few weeks ago I saw that one of my favorite toys had melted. There was no heat or anything, just a chemical reaction. It was made out of jelly and I have no idea what it was resting up against. Do silicone toys do that as well?

I'd like to be able to throw everything into a tub, but now I don't think I can. I was thinking of buying a pack of tube socks and popping a dildo in each, but that has the drawback that I can't actually see what toy is where just by looking through the bin.

Argh! Toy storage is soooooo frustrating and it's only compounded by the fact that I'm completely anal about keeping things organized.
06/10/2009
Sammi Sammi
I've got a locking 4 door cabinet. It's made for DVDs, and has shelves on the inside and on the doors.
06/10/2009
Jessica Elizabeth Jessica Elizabeth
Quote:
Originally posted by Lara
I've been using big, see-through plastic bins from IKEA. The box I use the most from has a plastic insert that allows two levels of toys.

A few weeks ago I saw that one of my favorite toys had melted. There was no heat or anything, just a ... More
I am still considering the nympho toy boxes. As they're made specifically for toys I imagine that melting problem not happening. However considering the price...I'm gonna need a lot more thinking time!
06/10/2009
Miss Cinnamon Miss Cinnamon
The FYN storage containers are cute... but too expensive to be practical for me. We used to put our toys in one of his oversized shoe boxes. Now we've progressed to using a big duffel bag... Should probably get something sturdier/more sortable soon before everything starts to melt into a big sex toy monster.
06/10/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Quote:
Originally posted by Lara
I've been using big, see-through plastic bins from IKEA. The box I use the most from has a plastic insert that allows two levels of toys.

A few weeks ago I saw that one of my favorite toys had melted. There was no heat or anything, just a ... More
Yes, plastic does that. I had a little "sleeve" for a pocket rocket made out of jelly just sitting by its lonesome and it melted and kind of stuck to the ziploc bag I had lining the box (but didn't react with it). I've kept it cause i like to check back and see how it keeps melting. LOL
06/10/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
Yes, plastic does that. I had a little "sleeve" for a pocket rocket made out of jelly just sitting by its lonesome and it melted and kind of stuck to the ziploc bag I had lining the box (but didn't react with it). I've kept it cause ... More
Jelly, I meant.
06/10/2009
Rockin' Rockin'
I have a black metal toolbox that can be locked. It has a plastic removable shelf with a center handle where I keep accessories and smaller toys, and then the rest go in the bottom, the main part of the toolbox. It's nice but I just keep everything wrapped/covered in fabric. I want to pad the box so it is more luxurious.
06/10/2009
Tuesday Tuesday
I'm so low tech. I use a cardboard box under the bed.
06/10/2009
Luscious Lily Luscious Lily
I have individual toys in either fabric bags (if they came with one) or ziploc bags of varying sizes. When I'm at school, they're in a drawer dedicated to sex paraphernalia, which is split with a variety of sizes of drawer organizers. (one section for long toys, one for bullets and similar sized toys, one large one for our bits of BDSM stuff, a little one each for lubes and condoms, etc)

When I go home, it gets a bit more complicated. Or rather, the circumstances are more complicated, so my storage has to get less complicated and more compact and hide-able. I have a FYN foot long and a Divine carry-on, which each get filled with what fits, then the rest goes in a pretty satin pillow cover with a zipper to close it. This then joins all sorts of other random stuff in my locking trunk.

It's not elegant, but for now it serves my needs. While a large tackle box would be great, toting a second one to and from school would cause problems. (The first holds my jewelry-making stuff, so they'd assume the same of the second, and open it to see the pretty beads and half-finished projects...)
06/10/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Tuesday
I'm so low tech. I use a cardboard box under the bed.
I used to keep mine in a shoebox. LOL But now I have nightstand drawer, a devine box, another toy box and a sugar sak.
06/10/2009
Lara Lara
Any tips/precautions/guida nce when it comes to storing silicone toys?
06/10/2009
Jessica Elizabeth Jessica Elizabeth
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Originally posted by Luscious Lily
I have individual toys in either fabric bags (if they came with one) or ziploc bags of varying sizes. When I'm at school, they're in a drawer dedicated to sex paraphernalia, which is split with a variety of sizes of drawer organizers. (one ... More
I've actually looked at tackle boxes myself. I like the versatility and the ability to have smaller containers in it for things like batteries, condoms, lubes clips/clamps, etc. And they're pretty sturdy.
06/10/2009
Naughty Student Naughty Student
Same here for simple cheap. I use a large cardboard box I got for my winter boots from ALDO. It is stashed right under me on my side of the bed. I used to store some toys in a gift box that came with a perfume. It is cute as hell but too small to be practical.
06/11/2009
Naughty Student Naughty Student
I store my silicone toys in silk baggies I got with previous sex toys that have been thrown away or plastic ziplock bags. They are clear so I know which toy is which
06/11/2009
Mamastoys Mamastoys
I have some of mine in plastic baggies and others in cloth bags and keep them stored in a dresser drawer, a night stand drawer, and my nympo toy box. I try to keep it empty to take on trips though...I did read on another post about using wash cloths and glueing or sewing up one side..I might need to check out the cheap cloths and try that.I do need a labeling system though to put what toy, waterproof, what lubes to use, etc, on them....my obsessive compulsive behaviors are coming out...LOL
06/11/2009
Katti Kat Katti Kat
We keep all the condoms and other birth control in a small wooden container on a shelf over the headboard for easy access. The most used toy ends up there too. Otherwise I have a 3 drawer night stand that I keep my collection. I've kept my toys either in their original plastic containers, with the excess trimmed off or just all jumbled together.

Reading all the posts here Ive thought of an idea: buying sheer fabric (for visibility) and fabric glue (for a quick project rather than sewing) and making little pouches!
06/12/2009
Liz2 Liz2
Some I keep in their original containers until the container falls apart. Others I keep in zip lock bags, as I want to find a toy fairly quickly w/o a scavenger hunt or pulling out toys and going down memory lane. Some "old" toys, I just can't part with.
Most of mine are stuffed in a bureau drawer under some sweat shirts.
06/12/2009
ScottA ScottA
Keep silicone toys away from silicone-containing liquids, other than that they're pretty indestructible. I try to keep mine away from sharp metal things and dust/lint (it doesn't hurt them, but it does stick to the surface).

I have my silicone toys tossed in a drawer with a bunch of other stuff, and I've never had a problem. The reason silicone is so good is because it's so non-reactive (the problem with silicone lubes and other silicone-containing liquids is that the silicone in them may stick to the surface of the silicone toy, not that they dissolve the silicone toy).
06/12/2009
Juliettia Juliettia
I keep my toys in a shoebox. I need a better storage system.
06/12/2009
Jessica Elizabeth Jessica Elizabeth
Thanks for replying all
06/12/2009
HaLisa HaLisa
Same here. Just an ordinary shoe box. Maybe I should get something fancier
06/15/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by ScottA
Keep silicone toys away from silicone-containing liquids, other than that they're pretty indestructible. I try to keep mine away from sharp metal things and dust/lint (it doesn't hurt them, but it does stick to the surface).

I have my ... More
So silicone toys can touch fine?
06/15/2009
Avery Dragon Avery Dragon
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
So silicone toys can touch fine?
60% of my collection is silicone and they've been mingling with each other without any hazards. Its the jelly toys i ~used~ to have that didn't agree. that and rubber... I'm not sure about low grade silicone, but higher grade is just fine. =)
06/15/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Avery Dragon
60% of my collection is silicone and they've been mingling with each other without any hazards. Its the jelly toys i ~used~ to have that didn't agree. that and rubber... I'm not sure about low grade silicone, but higher grade is just fine. =)
My silicone toys are all Tantus or Fun Factory - I think. Oh, and the Rock Chick
06/15/2009
Mamastoys Mamastoys
I spent part of my day making cloth bags for my toys. I took cheap washcloths and sewed up two sides, with the other side folded. Then I took velco and put on the tops. I tried to make a clear slip in the front for information but that didn't seem to work too well. Still got to figure out how to have the information handy.. any suggestions???
06/15/2009
Purple Foxglove Purple Foxglove
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Originally posted by Mamastoys
I spent part of my day making cloth bags for my toys. I took cheap washcloths and sewed up two sides, with the other side folded. Then I took velco and put on the tops. I tried to make a clear slip in the front for information but that didn't ... More
Maybe writing the info on a light colored piece of cloth and sewing it onto the side, like a tag?
06/16/2009
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