Silicone Toys + Lint = Aaarrrgghhh!

Contributor: Septimus Septimus
I love my silicone toys, like, seriously love them. But I can't stand the fact that they collect so much lint!
I store my toys in a wooden drawer, which I never knew contained so much lint. It's annoying that I have to rinse off my toys before I can use them. Some times I just want to grab something out of the drawer and get to business, if you know what I mean.
So what I want to know is:
What are your best tips and tricks for keeping your favorite silicone toys lint free?
01/31/2013
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01/31/2013
Contributor: doowop doowop
My friend uses a silverware drawer organizer in her nightstand drawer to keep them from touching each other, then just covers it with a magazine to prevent lint and stuff. I have no particular system cuz I don't have that many toys, but I thought that was a neat idea.
01/31/2013
Contributor: edeneve edeneve
I store all my toys in a pouch or baggie.
01/31/2013
Contributor: Ansley Ansley
Quote:
Originally posted by doowop
My friend uses a silverware drawer organizer in her nightstand drawer to keep them from touching each other, then just covers it with a magazine to prevent lint and stuff. I have no particular system cuz I don't have that many toys, but I thought ... more
Really shouldn't be putting ink on top of toys. Even though it's silicone, the ink can bleed into the material. And printing ink? You don't want that in your body. It's not good for you.
01/31/2013
Contributor: Rossie Rossie
I store my clean and lint-free toys in clean plastic drawers...they're still free of fuzz when I use them later.
01/31/2013
Contributor: ScottA ScottA
Ziplock bags work well.
01/31/2013