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OBx2 OBx2 writes  |  more than 9 years ago Don't ask how this came about...

  • Get a load of Lego, make sure that all the pieces are separate.
  • Put the bits in a pillow-case and tie the end with some string (leaving lots of room for the Lego to move about in).
  • Place in an automatic washing machine and start it on the coolest, shortest cycle (a non iron cycle is good as it doesn't get spun).
  • Stop before spinning (see above).
  • Remove, debag and admire the results.

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