Best way to storage toys?

Avalee Avalee
Best way to store sex toys?
11/18/2010
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Avalee Avalee
Anyone?
11/19/2010
ToyGeek ToyGeek
Somewhere dry and clean, in separator bags, and locked up if necessary. Silicone composites shouldn't touch each other, or touch pure silicone. Glass and metal shouldn't be clanking against each other. Jelly should be kept separate so it doesn't stink up the whole collection, or suddenly decide to melt all over everything. Cyberskin type materials need to be stored with corn starch.

In my opinion, anything porous should be stored in something like a Sugar Sak, which is treated with antibacterial chemicals.

Batteries should be taken out of things with batteries, and everything should always be cleaned before it's put away.

There are storage containers on EF, or you can use a toolbox, a plastic shoebox, or whatever works for you.
11/20/2010
Lavendar Menace Lavendar Menace
I store mine in little bags [plastic bags and cloth bags] inside my toy box near my bed. Works for me.
11/20/2010
ScottA ScottA
Nowhere with sharp edges, and something a little softer (either soft-lined or wood) is probably better than metal. Other than that just use ToyGeek's list.
11/21/2010
Avalee Avalee
Thanks
11/21/2010
Danielle915 Danielle915
Mine are in my nightstand. The ones that need to be separated are either in their own baggy or in their original packaging.
11/21/2010
MasterBlaster MasterBlaster
Wash them, dry them and put them in a sandwich bag. Keep them clean for me and my boyfriend.
11/26/2010
Socalsk8tr Socalsk8tr
Although my gf and i would love to have the Sugar Saks,etc...we just cant afford that many (we have 40+toys). So i searched and searched for some inexpensive fabric bags. Its a pretty obscure product I guess. Finally found these at this sight..I hope its ok to post....they have all types..satin, velour, canvas,...etc...

link
01/19/2011
xoflxokcxo xoflxokcxo
@ Goddess Heather (and anyone else that uses sandwich bags) - what sort of toys are you putting in the bags? (ex. Silicone composites, Jelly, plastic...ect)

@ Socalsk8tr - are those bags from that site machine washable?

01/22/2011
Socalsk8tr Socalsk8tr
Quote:
Originally posted by xoflxokcxo
@ Goddess Heather (and anyone else that uses sandwich bags) - what sort of toys are you putting in the bags? (ex. Silicone composites, Jelly, plastic...ect)

@ Socalsk8tr - are those bags from that site machine washable?

i first received the metallic lame bags. not a bad little bag...but they were too small overall. and i wouldnt wash those...

i later recvd the canvas bags and they are perfect. and yes, washable. no lint/fabric comes off on the toys. its actually a pretty good quality light weight canvas,

i prefer fabric to plastic as its too cumbersome to get a toy in / out of a plastic bag - they stick to the bag, etc. plus i like the breathability of fabric. i think with plastic bags you risk trapping moisture/smell, etc. Although im no expert - just my experience.

Ultimately, i would like to get satin bags like the sugar sak. but they are just out of my affordability range. i will switch over when i can afford - and thru edenfantasys.com I know you can buy toys anywhere, but the short time ive been on this site, im impressed with the toy selection/pricing and the peeps on the forum.

hope this helps
01/22/2011
Shellz31 Shellz31
I bought a large cosmetic case (only cost AU$30) and it holds a lot of my toys.
The rest live in their boxes (Lelo's and Luxe) or in my large dressing table draw until I can get my hands on the perfect cabinet to hold them all!
01/22/2011
xoflxokcxo xoflxokcxo
Quote:
Originally posted by Socalsk8tr
i first received the metallic lame bags. not a bad little bag...but they were too small overall. and i wouldnt wash those...

i later recvd the canvas bags and they are perfect. and yes, washable. no lint/fabric comes off on the toys. its ... More
Thank you for all the info, it's a tremendous help. I bought the x-large sugar sak from a different site for around $11. But after reading how storing toys touching each other wasn’t good, I wanted to get some smaller bags to keep everything separate when I pile them all into the sugar sak. I'm not sure how necessary it is, but I'll do whatever to keep my toys clean and in the best condition possible. You make a good point about the plastic bags, and thank you for the link to that site with all the pouches.

I agree with you that this site is great. It's definitely the best one I've found. Everything is so nicely organized, and the community atmosphere is great. Thanks again for all of your help.
01/23/2011
zeebot zeebot
I sew cotton bags for all my toys except the glass one, which came with a padded bag. I got an awesome chest at a second-hand shop that I cleaned and sits by my bed.
02/01/2011
mikebooks mikebooks
Sugar Saks are good .. Unfortunately you could not buy any on EF :/
02/18/2011
butterflygirlxo butterflygirlxo
Quote:
Originally posted by Avalee
Anyone?
I got a lock box off of her for $15.00 its very cute and I put all my toys in it and put it in my dresser its so pretty (:
02/27/2011
Miss Voluptuous Miss Voluptuous
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyGeek
Somewhere dry and clean, in separator bags, and locked up if necessary. Silicone composites shouldn't touch each other, or touch pure silicone. Glass and metal shouldn't be clanking against each other. Jelly should be kept separate so it ... More
OK, this fully makes me a bit scared of jelly and cyberskin.
03/06/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by xoflxokcxo
Thank you for all the info, it's a tremendous help. I bought the x-large sugar sak from a different site for around $11. But after reading how storing toys touching each other wasn’t good, I wanted to get some smaller bags to keep everything ... More
I love my Sugar Saks, (I like the Eden cloth bags, too, but they don't hold as much as they are smaller, but they are padded.)

To prevent toys from touching each other I wrap each toy in a handkerchief, or place it in a smaller bag in the Sugar Sak. This prevents touching and keeps them clean. A man's handkerchief can wrap even a large dildo or vibrator and smaller toys can be wrapped in womens handkerchiefs and stored in bags.

I usually get handkerchiefs at either large department stores, second hand stores or dollar stores.
03/06/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
Quote:
Originally posted by xoflxokcxo
Thank you for all the info, it's a tremendous help. I bought the x-large sugar sak from a different site for around $11. But after reading how storing toys touching each other wasn’t good, I wanted to get some smaller bags to keep everything ... More
I love my Sugar Saks, (I like the Eden cloth bags, too, but they don't hold as much as they are smaller, but they are padded.)

To prevent toys from touching each other I wrap each toy in a handkerchief, or place it in a smaller bag in the Sugar Sak. This prevents touching and keeps them clean. A man's handkerchief can wrap even a large dildo or vibrator and smaller toys can be wrapped in womens handkerchiefs and stored in bags.

I usually get handkerchiefs at either large department stores, second hand stores or dollar stores.
03/06/2011
xoflxokcxo xoflxokcxo
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
I love my Sugar Saks, (I like the Eden cloth bags, too, but they don't hold as much as they are smaller, but they are padded.)

To prevent toys from touching each other I wrap each toy in a handkerchief, or place it in a smaller bag in the ... More
Handkerchiefs is such a great idea! I love it! Sewing and buying smaller bags to keep toys seprate is an issue I've had. Handkerchiefs is such a simple solution.
03/07/2011
HotMama2three HotMama2three
Handkerchiefs is a genius idea! I MUST come up with something quick, my kids came out with sport cuffs on last week
07/12/2012
MissLoren MissLoren
I'm having an issue with storage myself
07/17/2012
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