Toy storage

Contributor: daniellie-girl13 daniellie-girl13
This is my first post so bear with me please lol. I've been searching forums like crazy all day and I can't seem to find what I'm looking for. I'm getting the large bag I want to store all my toys in but I wanted individual bags for each toy to keep them separate. I've had melting issues in the past with some of my toys touching. Lots of people say to just store them in ziplock bags, but I've also read that some toys will melt in the plastic bags over time. I've been searching the website and could only find 1 type of drawstring bag but at $14 I find that to be a steep price. Looking on amazon at different jewelry type drawstring bags but can't seem to find the right sizes. Where do you get your storage bags and what materials and sizes do you have?
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Contributor: Rossie Rossie
I've googled Joann (the craft store) for you, they have canvas drawstring bags available online, check it out: link. You can also use old socks to bag your toys.
Contributor: edeneve edeneve
really, most toys need to be separate from others, even silicone. and the toys made of the lower quality materials could still melt or bleed color no matter how you store them.

if I don't already have a pouch that comes w/ a toy, I use the packaging sometimes. otherwise, what I do is wrap my toy in a paper towel just enough to keep it from contact w/ a baggie that I store it in. and I do not zip the bag up which allows for some air movement.
Contributor: kim900 kim900
I just buy drawstring bags from amazon and store my toys in there. I usually look for "shoe bags" rather than jewelry bags and find those to be slightly big for my toys, but they work well enough.

I admit I'm not the most fastidious person when storing my toys. Some I just keep in a bow in the drawer and then rinse them before using. I didn't know about that even silicone toys should be kept away from each other until I read edeneve's post though.