has anyone had a problem with this?

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  1. jazz4ever

    jazz4ever I'm turned on by numbers

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    i was wondering for those of you collect LEGO or used to have you ever had a problem with yellowing on the bricks/minifigs?
     
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    Yes.

    Don't leave those things out in the sunlight for hours.
     
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    jazz4ever I'm turned on by numbers

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    so it was only for a few hours? or was it gradual?
     
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    It can be gradual, it can be short. You leave them out for a day, they'll yellow. If you leave them out in the sun for two hours every day of the week, the process will be slower.
     
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    Doesn't bother me, really. Only time it bothers me is when my white Bionicles become yellow.
     
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    jazz4ever I'm turned on by numbers

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    so when you say leave them out do you mean outside?
     

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