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Struggling to separate two 1x2 LEGO plates? There is an easy way!

Struggling to separate two 1x2 LEGO plates? There is an easy way! | LAMINIFIGS

I don’t know if the world is ready for this, but if you are ready for this gamechanger trick continue reading. Please keep in mind that the world will never be the same for you after this! It’s a live proof that one man can change the world!

A user of the Reddit website made a video where he showed how to separate two small 1x2 LEGO plates using the mysterious device from the kit, the existence of which many did not even suspect. And now people are grateful to him for saving them from pain.

A guy under the nickname the-asian-noodle made a post on Reddit where he shared his recent discovery. Namely, in a way that helps save Lego lovers from the urgent problem of separating two small plates. To do this, you just need to use a couple of details, the role of which often caused collectors only questions. People simply did not know about all the possibilities of these devices. 

I figured out how to separate two 1x2 LEGO plates!!! from r/teenagers

In the published video, the user shows how he takes two connected small plates and two orange tools, which are called dividers. He attaches one of them to the bottom plate, the second to the top. Thus, he gets something like tongs, with which he manages to separate the two plates. Everything turned out to be offensively simple.

Struggling to separate two 1x2 LEGO plates? There is an easy way! | LAMINIFIGS

Struggling to separate two 1x2 LEGO plates? There is an easy way! | LAMINIFIGS

Struggling to separate two 1x2 LEGO plates? There is an easy way! | LAMINIFIGS

For many, as, in fact, for the author of the post, this turned out to be a real discovery. The fact is that these separators have been in many Lego sets over the past few years, but people have used only a limited number of their functions.

For example, to detach a large part from a building board. And some did not even realize that such an instrument exists, because not all kits have it.

Struggling to separate two 1x2 LEGO plates? There is an easy way! | LAMINIFIGS

Within a few hours, the publication gained more than 30 thousand upvotes and almost a thousand comments from amazed users, because for them the news was comparable to the disclosure of secrets.

Apparently, quarantine still has enough advantages, because people have time to share similar life hacks that make life easier for many.

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