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    Default Amazing toy room

    Just came across this article about this guy's toy room, looks amazing, thought I'd share it with you
    https://www.realestate.com.au/news/a...-cucchiarelli/

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    what a collection room!! a mints worth of boxed toys in there.
    a really interesting read over all.

    thanks for sharing Sam.
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    my original collection from when I was more impressionable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UltraMarginal View Post
    thanks for sharing Sam.
    No worries, all good.

    One thing I've always wondered about is how collectors' keep their displays free from dust. Do they just wipe down the shelves everyday or are their rooms somehow dust proof?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    One thing I've always wondered about is how collectors' keep their displays free from dust. Do they just wipe down the shelves everyday or are their rooms somehow dust proof?
    Behind every Collector's pristine display is the spouse. *runs away, doesn't look back*

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    Just wow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    No worries, all good.

    One thing I've always wondered about is how collectors' keep their displays free from dust. Do they just wipe down the shelves everyday or are their rooms somehow dust proof?
    Mystery mine's dusty.

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    If you were really fancy you could filter incoming air and by having incoming air forced it would make the room a positive pressure environment, like a well set up PC case. There would still be dust but significantly less.

    having your stuff behind glass helps a lot, his obviously isn't though.

    Maybe he spent 3 weeks dusting it in preparation for the interview.
    My Fan interview with Big Trev

    my original collection from when I was more impressionable.
    My Current Collection Pics (Changing on occasion)

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    It's nice to see more of the collection as we only got a tiny glimpse on legomasters.

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    Thanks for sharing, I had been wanting to look that guy up since seeing him on lego masters

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