In this quick tutorial, we’ll show you where to find clay in Minecraft.
Minecraft clay is an item that can be made to make bricks or blocks of clay.
- 1 Available Platforms
- 2 Required To Get Clay
- 3 How To Get Clay In Minecraft
- 4 Minecraft Clay Command
- 5 FAQ’s
- 6 How To Get Clay Video Tutorial
- 7 More Basic Items
|Java Edition||Windows, Mac & Linux PC’s||Yes|
|Bedrock Edition||Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, Fire OS, Windows 10 PC’s||Yes|
|Education Edition||Mac, iOs 12, Windows 10 PC’s||Yes|
|PlayStation Edition||PlayStation 3 & 4||Yes|
Required To Get Clay
- Clay blocks
How To Get Clay In Minecraft
1. Find A Clay Block
First we need to find a block of clay to mine. In the water you will find blocks of clay.
2. Select A Shovel
The fastest way to remove clay is with a shovel. Any shovel will work, including the diamond shovel, gold shovel, iron shovel, stone shovel or wooden shovel.
In our example we use the diamond shovel.
3. Mine The Clay Block
You can mine the clay blocks using the following in-game controls:
- Java Edition (PC/Mac), Windows 10 Edition, Education Edition – Left click and hold on the clay block
- Pocket Edition (PE) – Tap and hold the clay block
- Xbox 360, Xbox One: Press and hold the RT button
- PS3, PS4: Press and hold the R2 button
- Wii U, Nintendo Switch: Press and hold the ZR button
Keep breaking the block until the clay appears.
4. Pick Up The Clay
Now collect the clay. Once collected, you should see clay in your Hotbar.
Now you have clay! You can use clay balls to make bricks in a kiln or you can make clay blocks out of them.
Minecraft Clay Command
You can also use Give Command to create clay balls in Minecraft. Clay Command is available in the following editions:
- Java edition
- Pocket edition
- Xbox One
- Nintendo Switch
- Windows 10 Edition
- Educational Edition
To run the Clay Ball command in Minecraft, open your chat window and type the command below that corresponds to your version of Minecraft:
Java Edition 1.13 and higher
/give @p clay_ball 1
PE, Xbox One, Switch, Win 10, Education Edition
/give @p clay_ball 1 0
1. How do you find clay in Minecraft?
Clay is usually found in places with a combination of sand, water, and dirt. These places can easily be found near desert biomes and near lakes in Minecraft. Clay can also be found near shallow waters. If players mine around near shallow water it is a possibility that they will run into clay while mining.
2. What is the easiest way to get clay in Minecraft?
Clay can be dug up without a tool, but the quickest and easiest way to get it in Minecraft is to use a shovel. This method will speed up the process and allow gamers to collect more clay, as they will get less tired and won’t need to leave it behind to collect food or return to base.
3. Where is clay most commonly found Minecraft?
Clay blocks are usually found in locations where both sand and water are present, most commonly appearing in shallow water (especially along the coast of island groups). They can also be found underwater in swamp biomes.
4. Is clay rare in Minecraft?
It’s technically quite common, it just has very specific requirements. It must be in sand, and because there is not much sand (compared to dirt and stone, the other two main blocks) there are not many chances to be generated. Also most of the sand is found underwater, so any clay generated there may not be seen.
5. Can you farm clay in Minecraft?
Clay farming is a 1.19 feature that makes clay much simpler to farm, as well as blocks like mud. It requires you to soak a dirt block with a water bottle to turn it into mud, and then place it over a dripstone block which has a dripstone below it, which will “dry out” the mud block and turn it into clay
6. How do you use clay in Minecraft?
Clay can be Smelted in a Furnace to create Clay Bricks which can further be crafted into Brick blocks. It can also be used to craft blocks of Clay (place four pieces of clay on a Crafting Table).
7. Is clay common in Minecraft?
Clay is now found as disks underwater mostly on the bottom of rivers, beaches, and oceans and is common in the submerged area of swamps and shallow “lakes” (1 and 2 meters deep) in large quantitie.