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LEGO Collection Storage Help
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I have been reading through the internet and Brickset Forum to find information about LEGO brick storage in sunlight/daylight and likely. But still, I am not sure if my collection is safe - I store 99% of my LEGO in a room that used to be a wine cellar; which has nice shelves for display, plenty of space and a cooled temperature. The room is basically filled with LEGO - on the floor, shelves and tables.
My worry is the single small window that the room has; I store many of my minifigures right at the window. Direct sunlight never enters the room, only light reflected from the sky/clouds enters during the daytime. The window faces north and the sun goes around south, I say again; the sunlight never enters the room, not even the grate in the front is lit.
Here is a few photos of the situation:
Thanks to all of you.
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And to be on topic just put up the UV film and switch to LED light bulbs and you should be fine.
"And to be on topic just put up the UV film and switch to LED light bulbs and you should be fine."
About that LED light, why is that?
I think the UV filter will do enough for now. But I will keep an eye out for LEDs.