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incompatible plastics in storagecontainers

LizardkingLizardking Member Posts: 2
edited April 2011 in Collecting
Hi there everybody,

I store most of the parts of my Lego-Collection in "Glis"-Boxes out of the Ikea collection.
Now I was wondering if it is possible that different plastics (ABS and the Ikea material) could be reacting in any way with each other? Do you have any experiences or tips?

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  • HuwHuw Brickset Towers, Hampshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 6,546
    I'd think it highly unlikely, plastic is pretty inert after all.
  • knuclear200xknuclear200x Member Posts: 45
    edited April 2011
    Do you mean something like a negative reaction when they touch? I know moments where the toys' paint can rub off inside, but not for Lego. I kept all my lego in a Sterilite cabinet, and a huge container but nothing happens to them.
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