# FAQ

This page provides answers to frequently asked questions about Rubik’s Cubes.

## What is a Rubik’s Cube?

The Rubik’s Cube is a 3D puzzle invented in 1974 by Hungarian architect Ernő Rubik. Each face of the cube consists of 9 smaller squares, with a total of 6 colors. The objective is to align each face of the cube to a single color.

Rubik’s Cube## What is the basic method for solving a Rubik’s Cube?

The basic method for solving a Rubik’s Cube is commonly referred to as the “LBL (Layer-by-Layer)” method. This approach involves solving one face first (usually white), followed by solving the middle layer, and finally completing the remaining layers.

## What Rubik’s Cube do you recommend?

For beginners, we recommend a standard 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube. This is the most common type and is ideal for learning the basic solving techniques. It’s also a good idea to choose a model that offers smooth turns and durability. If you’re aiming for speed, magnetic cubes are highly recommended. The magnets help align the pieces with a satisfying click after each turn, making the cube easier to handle.

## How do I maintain a Rubik’s Cube?

To maintain a Rubik’s Cube, it’s recommended to periodically disassemble the cube and clean the interior. Additionally, using specialized lubricants designed for Rubik’s Cubes can help keep the rotations smooth.