Sex toys are safe for bodily use, but they can be quite reactive when put next to alike or opposing materials. It is vital to be careful when storing your sex toys. If you mix your sex toys (particularly silicone, rubber, latex, realistic feel and jelly sex toys) you may soon discover that they start to look melted or slightly misshapen.
We can't overstate how important it is that you store your sex toys separately if you don't want a nasty surprise the next time you reach for your favourite toy.
By keeping your toys stored completely separately, you'll ensure they last for as long as possible, maximising your fun!
A lot of luxury sex toys now come with their own pouches and special boxes, allowing you to store them individually.
A cheap and cheerful way to store your sex toys is to use cardboard boxes, envelopes or socks to ensure the materials don't touch.
If you're nervous about someone stumbling upon your sex toy collection while snooping, it may be a good idea to invest in a lockable case, which is available in small, medium or large sizes.
You can reset the padlock code whenever you like to ensure you have complete control over who has access to your toys.
As a bonus, each of these sex toy cases features antibacterial lining to keep your sex toys as hygienic as possible.
DO clean your toys before you store them
DON"T store your toys all together
DO inspect toys for damage before putting them away
DON"T allow any of your toys to touch each other
DO store every single sex toy separately
DON"T put toys away before they are completely dry
Pepsi or Coca Cola? PC or Mac? Just like any other products, sex toys are made by different brands and when you find one that suits you, you tend to stick with it. Here are the brands we recommend especially for beginners, and in each brand you'll find a whole host of toys to suit your every need.