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Cleaning your LEGO® bricks is really easy! We recommend
that you clean your LEGO® parts by hand using water no
hotter than 104°F / 40°C and a soft cloth or sponge.
Higher temperatures may affect the quality of the parts.
You can add a mild detergent to the water - please rinse
them well with clear water afterwards and you're done!
A word of warning! Please don't put your LEGO pieces in the washing machine or dishwasher, and don't try to dry them in the oven, the microwave or with a hair dryer. Also, don't leave them in direct sunlight to dry. When the bricks get really hot they may change shape, which means they won't work anymore!
You can find building instructions for thousands of LEGO® sets right here. Almost all of our building instructions are PDF files and you can download them for free!
Here’s how to download instructions:
That’s it! You’re ready to get started on your next amazing creation.
Have a smartphone or tablet? Download the LEGO Builder app and get ready for some interactive fun! For newer sets, the 3D builder feature lets you zoom and rotate each step of the instructions as you go. There are other building experiences too, like Build Together which lets you complete big builds together as a team and lots of older instructions available to download as PDFs, too.
Curious to learn more? Get started here.
Have you ever wondered how LEGO® bricks stick together and not fall apart? If one of your parents or grandparents still have some of our very first bricks lying around, you’ll discover that they don’t have tubes on the inside and they might not stick together as well as newer pieces.
Godtfred Kirk Kristiansen, the son of our founder Ole Kirk Kristiansen, was the first one to discover that our little bricks have a much higher “clutch power” when there are evenly spaced tubes on the inside of each brick. The tubes on the bottom interlock with the studs on top of other bricks. The studs get neatly wedged in between the tubes and the sides of every brick making them stick together firmly.
The clutch power of LEGO® bricks has made it possible to create bigger and bigger sets without them falling apart. LEGO® bricks are in essence a whole construction system with endless possibilities. The only limitation is your imagination!
If you want to find out more about clutch power and the sizes of our bricks, click here.
There’s something almost magical about the process of building your own creations or using thousands and thousands of LEGO® bricks for one of the spectacular display models you can see in our stores, in LEGOLAND® parks, or in many other places.
Did you know that we even have teams that get to design new sets for a living? Most of them started out as big fans (just like you). If you have a great project in mind, you can apply the same rules as our designers. They always try to come up with new, innovative ways of building and create models that will be fun to build and play with!
They begin without any instructions, building and making changes as they go. Once everything lines up and is as sturdy as it can be, they’ll start on the final version. It always takes several tries until they create something they like so if you're building something, don’t be disheartened if it doesn’t quite look like you want it to. After all, practice makes perfect.
If you’d rather not start building right away, you could try a 3D design software. Master Model Builders use software similar to LEGO® Digital Designer (LDD) to create their first designs. If you want to try out LDD, you can download it for free.
Get inspired, get building and most importantly: have fun!
There are just as many ways to sort and store your prized LEGO® bricks as there are ways to build with them! We’ve collected some of the more popular ways our fans sort their LEGO® parts to help you get started. Like creative building, there’s no right or wrong way to sort your beloved LEGO® collection so find the way that works best for you. Most fans choose to sort their bricks by:
When it comes to storing your LEGO® bricks, we always recommend that you store them somewhere that is dry and away from any heat source. It’s best not to store them in direct sunlight, or where the temperature exceeds 40° C (104° F) as this may cause bricks to become brittle or discolor over time.
The best way to store your LEGO® parts will greatly depend on how you’ve decided to sort them and how large your collection is. Our fans have come up with some wonderful ways to store their bricks, here are a few of their favorites: