How do you make Lego hands tighter?
To fix what you already have, the best solution is to insert a very small amount of superglue inside the arm socket and then stick a hand in, turn it back and forth for 5 seconds and pull it out. Wait for it to dry and you’ll have some friction back.
How do you fix a loose Lego head?
You can paint some nail polish or acrylic on the neck to strengthen that connection. Thin the acrylic (use water based) before applying. Don’t tell anyone, but I’ve used brushable superglue to put a thin layer on the back of the neck. Then I let it fully dry, and it grips the head fine.
Do Lego hands come off?
They are not designed to be removed and doing so can make it hard to replace. It is not a very good idea to remove Lego arms except on the minifigures listed above.
Why do Lego arms get loose?
Constantly moving their joints will make those connection loose. If you are working on things like stop-motion videos where you are frequently adjusting the joints, it is best to use cheap minifigures. You can still play with more valuable minifigures, but it is best not to constantly move their arm around.
How do you loosen a Lego joint?
Take a VERY tiny drop of crazy glue and put it inside the joint, and let it dry overnight. This will cause the joint to be come ever so slightly smaller, and it will make the joint nice and tight. It is inside the joint, so it is completely invisible, and if needed it could be done repeatedly.
How do you tighten a Lego joint?
I would try pulling off the legs and dropping a tiny, tiny amount of plastic glue on the hinge, smooth it out and let it dry, then put the leg back on. It should provide enough friction to the leg again so they aren’t so loose. If you don’t want to watch: Pop both legs off the hips.