What is the best storage for LEGO?
Plastic drawer cabinets by Akro-Mils are the top pick for most LEGO enthusiasts in the USA. They have several advantages over other options including: drawers are easily removed and stack-able, drawers are deep enough for 16-stud bricks, drawers are flexible which makes them hard to break, and have competitive prices.
Where do you store finished LEGOs?
Out on a play table. If you handle your sets frequently, keep them out in a dedicated play space. Choose a room in your home or a corner where you can keep a small table for your LEGO sets and pieces. Lay down a few of the large flat LEGO baseplates and secure your sets to them if you don’t want them to move around.
How do you store LEGO bricks?
When it comes to storing your LEGO® bricks, we always recommend that you store them somewhere that is dry and away from any heat source. It’s best not to store them in direct sunlight, or where the temperature exceeds 104° F (40° C) as this may cause bricks to become brittle or discolor over time.
What to do with LEGOs after they are built?
Now Lego has an answer: You can box up your unused Lego bricks, slap on a prepaid label, and ship them away. The mass redistribution is being facilitated by Give Back Box, a logistics company started in an effort to reuse discarded shipping materials.
Is it better to sort LEGOs by size or color?
Even if you aren’t keen to organize your bricks, it’s probably a good time to organize your parts into broad groups when your collection grows too large to fit in a single container. Most LEGO builders recommend that you start by sorting your LEGO parts by category rather than by color.
What is the best way to organize Lego sets?
How to Organize LEGO Sets
- Step 1: Gather All the LEGO Bricks.
- Step 2: Gather All The LEGO Manuals.
- Step 3: Sort and Re-Assemble Kits (If Needed)
- Step 4: Load Kits Into Good Storage Containers.
- Step 5: Label the LEGO Kits.
- Step 6: Order Missing Bricks (If Needed)
- Step 7: Create an “Extra LEGO Pieces” Box.
Is it worth keeping LEGO manuals?
LEGO instructions are worth holding on to. Regardless of whether you are a LEGO fan who may want to re-build those sets in the future or someone who is more likely to resell your LEGO sets on eBay, those little instruction booklets will add some value. Keep them safe and you won’t regret it in the future!