Lego Board Games
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Frequently Asked Questions
There is a Lego brick missing from my set, where can I order a spare one?Lego has a service where you can order separate bricks or contact them when a brick is missing from your set. Have a look at their website for more information.
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What is the best way to clean my Lego bricks?Lego advises to clean the bricks by hand with some water (no warmer than 40°C) and a mild detergent. Never place the bricks in a washing machine or dishwasher. Let the bricks air-dry afterwards. Electric parts can only be cleaned with dry cloth.
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How can I prevent my Lego toys from discolouring?The two biggest contributers to the discolouring of the plastic of Lego toys are long term exposure to sunlight and cigarette smoke. Try to minimise these when storing your Playmobil.
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What is the best way to apply stickers on Lego?To be able to reposition stickers it's a good idea to apply some glass cleaner on the location you want to put the sticker. When the sticker is in right spot, let it dry and it will stick.
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Can Lego and Duplo bricks be used in combination with each other?Yes, Lego and Duplo bricks are compatible. Lego bricks fit on the Duplo bricks with the hollow studs. Duplo bricks fit best on larger Lego bricks and could come loose form smaller Lego bricks.
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After I build a new Lego set I always have a few small pieces left. Did I forget to use them?No, many new Lego sets provide spares for the smaller pieces.
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From what age is Lego suited to play with?Most Lego sets are suited to play with from age 4 and up, because of the small parts they include. The special Duplo theme is suited for children aged 1,5 and up. The recommended age is always mentioned on the box.
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