Long term storage.

Long term storage.

TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
I'm looking for a cheap, inexpensive pouch or such to store a whole heap of toys I'm not using at this time. I normally use felt purses or fabric sunglasses pouches but I need something a bit more cheaper as I want to store a heap of the same stuff over and over again.

So you know how cheap I can buy fifty (50) 18cm x 10cm felt sleeves for $12AUD ($9USD).

Can you find better?
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Mr. E Mr. E
What type of toys are they? Would Ziplock bags work?
10/19/2015
Sir Sir
I personally use Ziploc or plastic baggies for a lot of my toys as well. It depends on the type of toy, though. If it's my BDSM gear, then I usually hang it up or set it in a drawer of some kind. But the price you found is pretty damn good, honestly, I haven't seen anything that good.
10/19/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by Mr. E
What type of toys are they? Would Ziplock bags work?
Mostly glass and plastic. I just refuse to use ziplocks. I find some of my stuff sweats. So plastic is out.
10/20/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Quote:
Originally posted by Sir
I personally use Ziploc or plastic baggies for a lot of my toys as well. It depends on the type of toy, though. If it's my BDSM gear, then I usually hang it up or set it in a drawer of some kind. But the price you found is pretty damn good, ...
My BDSM stuff is pretty much tucked away in plain sight so I'm more interested in finding storage ideas for small to medium sized dildos and vibes.
10/20/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Any other ideas?
11/24/2015
edeneve edeneve
Quote:
Originally posted by TheToyGuy
Mostly glass and plastic. I just refuse to use ziplocks. I find some of my stuff sweats. So plastic is out.
I lightly fold a paper towel around my toys & store them in their own plastic bag. It works. And when there's a lot to store, the price doesn't get any better. Now if you want a nice pouch or bag, looks like you've found some good buys.
11/24/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Quote:
Originally posted by edeneve
I lightly fold a paper towel around my toys & store them in their own plastic bag. It works. And when there's a lot to store, the price doesn't get any better. Now if you want a nice pouch or bag, looks like you've found some good buys.
Yeah, but I want more options. Trust me, when you are in the 1000's of toys, $0.24 a pouch is expensive ($0.24 x 1000 = $240). Especially when I like to replace them every three years for hygiene's sake.
11/25/2015
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