Step by Step Guide to Get Rid of Water from Minecraft

by Mark Harries Digital Marketig

Minecraft is a game that allows players to build and explore virtual worlds. The game is split into two main modes: survival and creative. In survival mode, players must gather resources and use them to build shelter and survive in the world. In creative mode, players have unlimited resources and can use them to build whatever they want.

Water is a common liquid block that can be found in both survival and creative mode. Water can be used to create waterfalls, lakes, and oceans. Water can also be used to extinguish fires.

In this guide, we will show you how to get rid of water in Minecraft.

How to Get Rid of Water from Minecraft?

If you want to get rid of water in Minecraft, you need to find a source block and destroy it with your hand or a tool. If the water is flowing, you can place a block in its path to stop the flow. You can also use a sponge to absorb water.

In survival mode, you can find water source blocks in lakes and oceans. In creative mode, water source blocks are unlimited.

When you have found a water source block, simply destroy it with your hand or a tool to stop the flow of water.

If you want to remove a large amount of water, you can use a sponge. Sponges are blocks that can absorb water. When a sponge absorbs water, it will turn into a wet sponge. Wet sponges can be placed in the crafting grid to create dry sponges.

To use a sponge, place it on the ground and right-click it with a water bucket. The sponge will absorb the water and turn into a wet sponge.

You can place a wet sponge in the crafting grid to create a dry sponge. Dry sponges can be used to absorb water like regular sponges, but they will not turn into wet sponges.

That's all you need to know about getting rid of water in Minecraft. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below.

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