Something obviously liked the plastic bags and sail bags but I don't think it/they liked the sails.
What started out as a bit of timber reorganising in my shed, to get access to a few lengths for mocking up raised panels, somehow has turned into a full shed clean and reorganisation.
This included dragging out my sails that I'd cleaned, dried and wrapped in heavy duty plastic bags in my shed loft for the duration of my H28 refit.
Three of the five bags have been chewed through, as have the sail bags themselves within, however it doesn't "appear" that the sails themselves have been damaged at all. I'll have to wait a few days for the ground here to dry out before I can get them out and check them properly but I'm pretty confident that I've been very lucky.
I'm not sure who the culprit is, there's no evidence of the usual suspects, ie no smell of rat urine or signs of rat poop in the loft, but our local marsupials that I usually get in the shed wouldn't normally get into chewing on anything but bugs and leaves.
So, perhaps if you have your sails stored, this might be a timely reminder to check them.
When I put mine back they will go into a large metal trunk.