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My wife and I have been cleaning up my son's LEGO collection since last week, we clean a small box every noon, since it's a boring task :). We just use a pair of used toothbrushes, pour LEGO parts into a big tub of water mixed with a little dish washing liquid. Then put all them into a washing bag and hang somewhere until they're dry, of course, keep them ...


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There was a link floating around the usual sites a few years back that suggested that you could use a paste made with oxygen bleach and a few hours in the sun to whiten yellowed pieces of old LEGO.


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I've tried and tested cleaning techniques for different levels of dirt/discoloration. For dusty and grimny bricks: wash bricks using a non-soap cleaner, use a soft bristle brush to reach stud edges. If bricks are discolored, follow the steps in the link below. It does work but care is needed so as not to let the bricks return to its discolored state. ...


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Nail polish remover (or purer acetone if you happen to work in a lab) works really well. You can either soak the piece in it (I like to use a small tupperware container) if it is really covered, or wipe it away with a paper towel wetted with the solution. This works because the sharpie in is a non-polar molecule and thus will dissolve in solvents like ...



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