Questions about storing glass toys?

Questions about storing glass toys?

kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
I'm going to invest in devine toy lace box and I also want a few glass things wouldn't it take up too much room getting a storage bag for each one? Maybe all of them wouldn't fit well in a sock or maybe just lay a rag or something to separate them? what should I do I want pinkg double g,nubby g wand,ribbed twister so far..
01/28/2011
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Quote:
Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
I'm going to invest in devine toy lace box and I also want a few glass things wouldn't it take up too much room getting a storage bag for each one? Maybe all of them wouldn't fit well in a sock or maybe just lay a rag or something to ...
Yep, a sock will do and just always make sure you gently put them in. You dont want to just toss them and risk breakage. Some toys already come with a little pouch (although not necessarily padded)
01/28/2011
El-Jaro El-Jaro
I'd suggest getting one of the Eden Pouches. They have the most padding I've seen (I've seen about 4 different company's padding). Xhale's is right up there too.
01/28/2011
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
I'd suggest getting one of the Eden Pouches. They have the most padding I've seen (I've seen about 4 different company's padding). Xhale's is right up there too.
get a pouch for each one?? if thats what u mean I think it would take up too much room in the box...
01/28/2011
ScottA ScottA
One pouch and put the toys in socks inside the pouch. Keeps them safe and not scratching each other.
01/28/2011
Annemarie Annemarie
The pouches aren't super duper padded (think like Don Wand's pouches). They'll fit around the dildo loosely, and you can roll it up. It just adds a little bit of extra padding, and keeps them from clinking together.
01/28/2011
Tuesday Tuesday
Quote:
Originally posted by ScottA
One pouch and put the toys in socks inside the pouch. Keeps them safe and not scratching each other.
That's an excellent idea. The EF pouches have room for two sock-covered toys.

When I learned that this site doesn't carry my beloved clear ribbed G-spot wonder anymore, I bought an uber-padded pouch for it. Can't take any chances with that toy.
01/28/2011
zeebot zeebot
I sew little drawstring storage bags, it's pretty easy to figure out how (or I'm sure there's tutorials somewhere online). I'd recommend using cotton though, it breathes so if there's a tiny bit of moisture left it can still evaporate. I'd worry more about glass toys, but some of them come with padded bags.
01/31/2011
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
I'm doing a workshop on crocheting toy pouches in a couple weeks. I was inspired after my #17 didn't come with a pouch. If you knit or crochet you can easily make a pouch. You can also buy extra bulky yarn to make a super plush bag.
02/09/2011
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