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9) How to wash LEGO pieces

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This article is from the Lego FAQ, by Tom Pfeifer pfeifer@fokus.gmd.de with numerous contributions by others.

9) How to wash LEGO pieces

From a LEGO catalog...
DUPLO and LEGO SYSTEM toys can be washed by hand, using warm
water -- max. 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40 Celsius) -- and a mild
liquid dish detergent. Storage temperature max. 104 degrees
Fahrenheit = 40 Celsius. Electric parts are not washable.

jc@gmd.de (Juergen Christoffel) and gilmer@gandalf.ca (Jack Gilmer)
say:
Put your LEGO bricks into a pillow case or a mesh bag (the kind
for washing small articles of clothes) and wash in your washing
machine at a low temperature. Tested in kindergarten once a
year. (Be sure to put no metal or electric parts into the
machine, and wash clear pieces seperately by hand)

alekz@library.welch.jhu.edu (Alekz Vermont) says:
stick them in the tub w/warm sudsy water and swish about... let
soak. swish more. drain tub. spray with shower (to rinse) and
let air-dry...

Do not wash your LEGO people -- their faces come off!
... but mengsoo@bnr.ca (Meng Soo) notes:
There's nothing wrong with that. I'd pretend that their faces
melted, and became faceless mutant LEGO people. The fun really
started when I discovered permanent markers...

 

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