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Cleaning "hard water" off LEGO bricks?
I have searched the forum and can't find anything specific to my question, so I am wondering if someone out there has any ideas please?
My children have a couple of LEGO boats (Fire and Police) which are for them to play with in the bath, paddling pool, local pond, etc. However, as you would expect, there is a pile of other LEGO bricks that have been added to these by them over time and now I have to collect all the bits and leave just the two boats in our bathroom (wife doesn't like the pile of LEGO bricks in the corner of an otherwise spotless bathroom!).
We live in a hard water area and so over the last few months, the bricks now have a chalky type scale (not too bad but noticeable) that you get on things that have been exposed over time to such water. I'm not too worried about the boats as they were written off when I got them in the hope that they would be played with and the rest of the LEGO would remain firmly away from water. It isn't a massive pile of bricks, but if they are to be returned to the fold, they would need something to refresh them and get rid of the scale.
Any ideas please?
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