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.

What do you do with LEGO sets once built?

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.

Can you sell built LEGO sets?

Selling old LEGO bricks and sets is a great way to turn unwanted plastic bricks into extra cash. Some LEGOs are worth a few dollars, while others are worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars. It’s easy to sell LEGOs but you do need to do a bit of work to make sure you sell them for as much as they are worth.

How do you store LEGOs once made?

10 LEGO storage ideas

  1. Store your Lego in a bag. …
  2. Put Lego away in a zip-up bag. …
  3. Create a Lego workshop. …
  4. Sort your Lego into storage drawers. …
  5. Store Lego in a plastic storage box. …
  6. Make Lego instantly accessible with flip-out drawers. …
  7. Store your Lego in bigger Lego. …
  8. Display (and store) your Lego creations.
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Should I mix my Lego sets?

It definitely takes up a lot of space, but the sets are easy to put together. However, it does impede creativity because putting the pieces back where they go would be challenging. Totally mixing the sets together into one big bin (like I did when I was growing up) is totally out of the question.

Where is the best place to sell used LEGOs?

Best places to sell LEGO

  • Looking to Sell LEGOs?
  • Auction sites.
  • Local Yard Sales.
  • Facebook Yard Sale Groups.
  • Local Classifieds.
  • Bricklink.com.
  • Bricks and Minifigs.
  • Thrift stores.

Are old Legos safe?

4 Answers. No, you should not be concerned about lead. LEGO has always used lead-free colors in their elements, even back in the beginning. However, not all LEGO-compatible bricks are lead free.

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