Here's how to make Smooth Stone in Minecraft, which allows you to craft the Blast Furnace.

Minecraft: How to Make Smooth Stone

Here's how to make Smooth Stone in Minecraft, which allows you to craft the Blast Furnace.

Minecraft ‘s Smooth Stone has has high blast resistance, which makes it perfect for crafting Blast Furnaces. The Blast Furnace is twice as efficient as the regular old one, meaning you’ll want to get some Smooth Stone for sure. In this guide we’ll go over how to make Smooth Stone so you don’t have to go looking for it.

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How to Make Smooth Stone in Minecraft

  • Smooth Stone is used to craft the Blast Furnace as well as Smooth Stone Slabs.
  • You can choose to either seek it out, or you can make it yourself in a pinch.
  • Smooth Stone blocks must be mined with a pickaxe, if you happen to see them around.

Smooth Stone blocks generate naturally and can be mined using a pickaxe, and they can be found inside mason villager chests. Both options are well and fine, but I find the easiest way to get this crafting item is to simply smelt it using the recipe below.

Smooth Stone Crafting Recipe

You will need a Furnace to smelt Smooth Stone. The recipe when using a Furnace is as follows:

  • 1 Stone
  • 1 Charcoal

Stone Crafting Recipe

If you don’t have Stone but you do have a bunch of Cobblestone, you can smelt the Cobblestone into regular Stone at a Furnace using the following recipe:

  • 1 Cobblestone
  • 1 Charcoal

That’s all you need to know on how to make Smooth Stone in Minecraft. For more Minecraft guides, check out our dedicated hub page.

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