With the introduction of archeology in Minecraft 1.20, players can use a new Brush tool on suspicious blocks to reveal pottery sherds and other artifacts. Suspicious blocks can be typically found in the Trail Ruins or under the Desert Temples. If you try using any other tool on suspicious blocks, they will simply break apart without revealing any of the artifacts. Our guide will provide you with tips on how to make a Brush in Minecraft, including tips on where to find the necessary ingredients.
How to Make a Brush in Minecraft
You can’t find a brush, and it’s not dropped by any of the mobs. The only way you can get a Brush is to craft it. I used the following crafting recipe to make Brush on a 3×3 crafting table:
- 1 Feather
- 1 Copper Ingot
- 1 Stick
You can also combine two damaged Brushes, if you want to make a fully repaired one on the same crafting table. If you don’t have all the components, then here’s where you can find them:
- You can pick up feathers from chickens or parrots.
- You can smelt copper ingots from the raw copper, or you could simply kill some Drowned mobs that drop them.
- You can craft sticks by combining two planks of any kind or two bamboo sticks.
Lastly, you can also enchant your Brush with one of the following enchantments:
- Curse of Vanishing I
- Mending I
- Unbreaking III
Note that it’ll take you about 5 seconds to brush off a single suspicious block. Once you uncover your first pottery sherd, this will unlock the “Respecting the Remnants” advancement. That’s everything you need to know on how to make Brush in Minecraft. Stay tuned for more Minecraft tips and tricks articles right here.