Right here goes my little Lego mission!

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Well I spotted an old thread about Lego, soooooooooooooo I decided (possibly stupidly) to give it a go

Well here goes my step by step go at Lego!

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1....Add the Lego to a pan to clean it

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2...Add some boiling water to clean it all nicely

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3.... ooopps learn Lego warps in hot water lol


4.... replace the melted/ warped Lego and try again not hitting any lego with any water as you pour it in

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5....Strain the Lego of course!

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6.... Get building he heee the fun bit (in dechlorinate water)


7... keep building


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8....Finished product!

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9.... Find the build Lego a place to go

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10...fitting into place

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11....Yay fully in place
 
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Well my Goby loves it she seems to have set up home already lol! and baby Endlers a zipping in and out of the holes and a Big mamma Endler is pecking at the skeleton's head! So all in all it seems to be a hit so far
 
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I'm going to try something else but try drilling all the pieces to see if they then sink better, plus should be no trapped air or water
 
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