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Help! Dusting Lego!

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MartinRohdesBellybuttonFluff Mon 30-Jan-17 10:11:42

My DS's have some large Lego toys which are made and sit proudly on the shelves in their dusty bedroomswhen not being played witb.

I'm going to tackle their rooms over the course of the week. Please can anyone pass on tips on how to dust off some of these delicate pieces without breaking them? The displays are lovely, but they're a pain in the ass.

Thanks in advance smile

HeyMacWey Mon 30-Jan-17 10:13:17

Pair of tights over the hoover hose with the hoover on the lowest suction?

Feather duster round the most delicate bits?

JohnLapsleyParlabane Mon 30-Jan-17 10:14:22

Have you tried a keyboard vacuum or an air duster?

Kenworthington Mon 30-Jan-17 10:14:51

Someone I know used to dust them using a soft make up brush and soft artist paintbrush

pimmsy Mon 30-Jan-17 10:14:55

Could you move them?
If so would you consider putting them on a tray and then in the bath to shower them down ?

youngestisapsycho Mon 30-Jan-17 10:17:07

Could you blow the dust off with a hairdryer?
My DD has lots of Lego in her room that she covered in talc so it could be snow! I've yet to try and clean it but I think a blast with the hairdryer will work.

LaLaLolly Thu 02-Feb-17 05:10:35

I have an ostrich feather duster for that sort of thing. It's surprisingly efficient!

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