I had my blacklight out, so I decided to shine it around my lego desk and see what lit up. what I discovered was very interesting...
About this creation
So I was using my blacklight for this MOC of mine. And I noticed some interesting things about my lego.
These two pieces look the same colour right?
BUT they glow different colours! :O
OK, so I bought these two sets at the same time, from the same store. All the pieces look the same right?
WRONG! Apparently some of the pieces are slightly different cause some GLOW and some DON'T! :O
Alright, I admit, I stole this idea from a genius. I'm pretty sure we all know who he is, but just in case you don't know, here's the link to the MOC I first saw this technique in. BUT ANYWAYS, the orange pieces all look the same right?
There is a clear chemical reason for this. I don't recall the specifics, but the molecules ABS plastic is made from bond in a random pattern every time, which looks fine to the naked eye, put it under UV light such as a black bulb, you'll see the difference. There's nothing faulty about the pieces themselves.
EVERYTHING WE KNOW ABOUT LEGO IS WRONG!!!! lol but i never would have put lego under a blacklight. it is just like other uses for WD40, WHO WOULD HAVE THOUGHT???? right. and if u dont understand me look up on google "other uses for WD40" u will be surprised