Safest Fabric For Toy Storage

wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
I managed to get myself a wonderful box at Dollar General that I plan on snazzing up more to my tastes and storing all of my toys, lubes, etc, in. I don't want to just toss everything in there willy nilly. And, it's a box that until I alter it to put a lock on it, can easily be opened, so I'd at least like to put a layer of fabric atop the toys so the initial shock of opening the box isn't too much haha.

My question is, what fabric is best to line this box with and/or layer between my different toys and lubes? I'm looking for something that won't leave lint, dust, or possibly impress its color upon my toys. Almost all of my toys are silicone.
Feb 20, 3:01 pm
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js250 js250
I like using real chamois or silk. They do not leave any lint on my toys and I also use the chamois to dry our softer materialed toys for faster clean-up. Do NOT use cheap velvety bags!!! My hubby put mine in a Crown Royal bag while packing from our latest trip and what a mess!!!
Feb 20, 5:13 pm
Edeneve Edeneve
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
I like using real chamois or silk. They do not leave any lint on my toys and I also use the chamois to dry our softer materialed toys for faster clean-up. Do NOT use cheap velvety bags!!! My hubby put mine in a Crown Royal bag while packing from our ... More
so what was the mess from the Crown Royal bag?
Feb 23, 9:02 pm
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