Ten Tips for Better LEGO Care

Ten Tips for Better LEGO Care

Whether you have just finished your first model or have a full collection of Bricks Brothers you can't stop showing off, its not uncommon for LEGO displays to need a little care to look their best. Taking care of LEGO, unlike amor maintenance in Runescape, will require some time and effort but is well worth the investment. So next time you are between play sessions or after you finish your next build consider these tips to get the most out of your LEGO:

1. Store LEGO sets in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight and heat sources.

  1. Keep LEGO sets organized in labeled containers or bags to prevent parts from getting lost or mixed up.

  2. Avoid exposing LEGO sets to moisture, as it can cause the plastic to warp and become brittle.

  3. Clean LEGO sets with a soft, dry cloth to remove dust and grime. Avoid using liquids, as they can seep into the tiny crevices and cause damage.

  4. Sort LEGO pieces by color and type to make building and clean up easier.

  5. Don't mix LEGO sets from different themes or eras, as they may not be compatible and can cause damage to the pieces.

  6. Avoid stepping on or sitting on LEGO sets, as the pressure can cause pieces to snap or bend.

  7. Avoid using adhesives on LEGO pieces, as they can cause permanent damage and affect their value.

  8. Don't leave LEGO sets in direct sunlight for extended periods, as the plastic can fade and become discolored.

  9. Handle LEGO sets carefully, and don't pull or twist the pieces excessively, as this can cause stress marks and damage.

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