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Tips & Tricks #1: Holidays!
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Helpful tips - how to travel with bricks safely
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Hi!
Here's first part of my "Tips and Tricks" series.
There will be tips, techniques...
No, I don't upload it because of car-building crisis.
Anyway, let's start.



It's a holiday.
Hooray!
Time of hapiness...
...travels...
...and packing your stuff.



Usually you just put your clothes to your suitcase.
But what if...



...you want to carry bricks?
Now cotton isn't prodced, so protecting cute plastic toys may be difficult.
Here are some tips.



Here are 3 builds for example.
Car, fragile dog and chair with hinge.



Let's start with a Peugeot.



The windscreen could broke on plane board.



Let's remove it.





Now, the dog.



This brick is damaged a bit, so it may break completely.



The legs could break, too.



Insert the dog instead of windscreen. The ears are secured now, the box's cover won't let them move.



And the chair.



The clip/hinge parts (minifig hands too) are fragile.



Just don't let it move.



And another car.



Windscreen is endangered in convertibles. Remove it.



Car goes here.



Put any fragile parts/models in place where they couldn't move.



Another, bigger model is a great idea, then. I use Surfers Van. Dog easily fits in, the windscreen can be placed on the roof and it don't protrudes.



I've just removed cars' wheels here.
It work on long and narrow boxes.
Cars slide then, but they won't go forward and backwards when you block them.



I hope it will help you and your bricks!



Sponsor of the program were Lego City Airlines.

G'bye and have a nice day!




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