How to make smooth stone in Minecraft

While Smooth Stone is in there Minecraft can be used for decorative blocks, its main purpose is to create a blast furnace. A blast furnace is a workbench that can melt ores and raw metals twice as fast as a regular blast furnace. Like the smoker in Minecraft, the Furnace can only refine the specific resources intended for it, meaning players cannot cook food in it. However, making a blast furnace requires three blocks of smooth stone.

How to craft things Minecraft Smooth stone

smelled Minecraft Smooth Stone
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For making Smooth Stone Minecraft, you will need raw stone blocks, also known as cobblestones, one of the most common blocks found in the overworld. Needless to say, it is the block that makes up over 90% of the walls and floors in mines and caves. After collecting enough cobblestone, players can craft a furnace, which is then used to smelt smooth stone.

Here’s what you need to do to build a blast furnace:

  1. 1. Collect eight cobblestone blocks to craft a furnace.
  2. 2. Collect more cobblestones to melt the blocks into smooth stone.

    A block of stone makes a smooth stone. You can use either wood or coal as fuel for the stove; Coal is the more efficient of the two.

  3. 3. Use iron ingots, smooth stone and a furnace to build a blast furnace

For clarification, here is a list of items needed to craft the blast furnace.

  • Iron ingot ×5
  • Oven ×1
  • Smooth Stone ×3

Players can also use Smooth Stone to craft Smooth Stone slabs and blocks that can serve as walkways, stairs, or other decorations. If you plan on making a large amount of Smooth Stone, you will never run out of Cobblestone since it is so widely available. However, keep an eye on the fuel reserves in your ovens.


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