Well, I finally have enough stuff in a few boxes that it's taking up space and I am worried that over time the scent of the items will spoil or the contents will dry-out. I invested too much money into all these to risk them going bad over time. So, I finally decided to find and employ a solution. My solution? Vacuum packing. As you can see, the first of the deodorants are getting done. I also will vacuum pack bar soaps to prevent them from drying out (or in the case of the vintage soaps, drying out further). You can see I immediately went to vacuum pack my rarest vintage toiletries, the incredibly-difficult-to-find Shulton Old Spice LIME deodorant stick and the nearly-impossible-to-find Safari Collection bar soap. I also sealed my very last Organic Essence Lemon-Mint deodorant, which I can't find anywhere anymore (I will save that one for decades from now when I'm super-old). The box is over-flowing with "backup" products that go to my various shaving sets. I plan to buy air-tight plastic tub-bins to put these in after they are vacuum packed. They can then safely be stored away in a closet without taking up a bunch of space. I'm on the fence on whether the backup shaving soap containers need to be vacuum sealed too. They seem pretty tight, but I keep asking myself "why risk it?, seal those suckers!". I still have yet to organize my shaving gear properly. I've been using the top shelf of my clothing closet and the storage area under the sinks in my bathrooms.