With the finite space and costs associated we’re pretty sure stickers will always be a part of LEGO sets. If your set arrived with missing or damaged stickers, LEGO has a replacement service that you can now make formal requests.
Can you remove LEGO stickers?
The genuine LEGO stickers seem to come off better than the after market stickers. I use a bit of rubbing alcohol on a micro-fiber cloth to remove any residue. The remove any alcohol with a dry micro-fiber cloth. This leaves nice clean LEGO’s.
Why does LEGO use random colors?
Using different colors on the inside makes the instructions easier to follow. For example, in the case of the Statue of Liberty that you mentioned, if the entire model was sand-green, it would be easier to make mistakes in 1.)
How do you replace LEGO stickers?
We can send you the stickers as soon as possible. You can also request the stickers through our “Missing Bricks” service on Bricks & Pieces. Just type in the number of the set that the stickers belong to, click on the “I can’t find what I’m looking for” button and tell us that the stickers are missing.
Is LEGO OK in water?
Standard LEGO® bricks are not harmed by water. Some specially designed one-piece boat hulls will even float on the surface of water, although most LEGO® creations will not. … Additionally, there are also a few types of LEGO® parts that should never be put into water.
Is it OK to get LEGOs wet?
Basic LEGO elements won’t get damaged by water, however depending on the condition of your water source, some residue may build up on the elements after prolonged immersion. So if you are thinking about keeping them immersed for a longer time, I would suggest using distilled water.
Can LEGO figures go in water?
Yes, with some caveats. Most LEGO these days is made out of ABS plastic— and water really won’t hurt it at all. You can bring most LEGO pieces into the bath, or into the pool, or wash them off in the sink, and they’ll be fine.