Concrete is one of the many building blocks in Minecraft which players can use for base building purposes, etc. With the help of dye, players can make colorful concrete which depending on the players’ creativity can be used to make some of the best-looking bases and establishments in Minecraft.

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In this article, we will talk about how to make Concrete in Minecraft.

How to Make Concrete

To make concrete in Minecraft, players first need to craft Concrete powder, which comes in different colors, based on the dye that you use during the crafting process. Once players have the concrete powder, they can move it to the Hotbar, select it and then place it near a water source. This will convert the Concrete powder into solid Concrete.

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Since Concrete is a stackable building block in Minecraft, you can craft a bunch of Concrete in one go and then place them next to a water source to convert them into Concrete.

Crafting White Concrete in Minecraft

To make any colour Concrete, players need four sand, four gravel, and a dye of the colour you want the concrete to be. To give an example, we are going to create a white concrete in Minecraft.

To create the White Concrete, you need a white dye and the other two aforementioned items. Once you have the required materials, place them in the 3 X 3 crafting menu grid and let the crafting process complete.

You can move the white concrete to your inventory. Use it near a water body to make it solid white concrete.

That’s all you need to know about how to make Concrete in Minecraft. While you are here, check out our other Minecraft guides.

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