Storing jellies and PVC...

MissYouBubbles MissYouBubbles
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Can Jelly and PVC toys be stored together in a box,bag, etc? In other words that is all that is in the box, bag, etc is Jelly and PVC toys.I had a PVC fluttering butterfly start to melt and I store it currently in my drawer w/ a mini bullet and a silicone vibrator. But as my collection grows (by leaps and bounds!) I need more storage space and I am concerned what I can group these types of toys together with. Thank you all
05/10/2012
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Nora29714 Nora29714
idk but i never take the risk... i burned one toy and it cost way to much money so now they are all bagged indvidually and in a box together
05/10/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
For safety, you should store all of your sex toys separately. In one place? Sure. So long as they're all bagged up individually. There are a few items you don't have to worry about reacting (plastic, glass, etc.) but there are a few items that are pretty certain to react with different materials (jelly) and SAME materials (silicone). So to be safe, at least put them all in a different plastic bag/pouch/etc. before you store them together.
05/10/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Here's the breakdown:

Hard plastic, glass, and metal (and I'm pretty sure wood and ceramic) won't hurt anything, and can't be hurt (at least on a chemical level - glass can chink and metal can crush).

Pure silicone can be stored with pure silicone, but not silicone compounds like TPR silicone.

Toys of most other materials should be stored individually, without touching each other. A good, simple workaround is to just use ziplock baggies. I have heard that really old jelly toys might react to these, but generally they work just fine.
05/10/2012
Kitt Katt Kitt Katt
I decided the safest place to "store" my Jelly toys was in a plastic bag that was then placed in the trash can.
05/11/2012
Gone (LD29) Gone (LD29)
As long as I have the space for it, I've been using the tray portion of the original packaging for each toy as a barrier. Then I stack them all in my toy box. Seems to be working well, but I may need to go to plastic baggies since the box is getting full...
05/11/2012
roskat roskat
Quote:
Originally posted by Kitt Katt
I decided the safest place to "store" my Jelly toys was in a plastic bag that was then placed in the trash can.
I used the same method on mine!
05/12/2012
MissYouBubbles MissYouBubbles
Quote:
Originally posted by Kitt Katt
I decided the safest place to "store" my Jelly toys was in a plastic bag that was then placed in the trash can.
I agree!!
05/15/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Quote:
Originally posted by Kitt Katt
I decided the safest place to "store" my Jelly toys was in a plastic bag that was then placed in the trash can.
Yeah, that actually is the most effective way to do it.
05/15/2012
Lucifer the Cat Lucifer the Cat
I find it strange that Eden's review program has people running out of toy storage space but Eden's storage selection is so small...
07/30/2012
bettle590 bettle590
Quote:
Originally posted by Kitt Katt
I decided the safest place to "store" my Jelly toys was in a plastic bag that was then placed in the trash can.
lmao
10/26/2012
ToyGeek ToyGeek
They need individual bags, even if it's just ziplock bags or old socks. Those materials will melt into each other.
10/26/2012
Mikemanz Mikemanz
Quote:
Originally posted by Kitt Katt
I decided the safest place to "store" my Jelly toys was in a plastic bag that was then placed in the trash can.
lol - really!!
10/31/2012
travelnurse travelnurse
Individually placed in bags. I do have 2 toys that I really like that are made of Jelly!!
10/31/2012
saara saara
dont know .. good question though
02/05/2013
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