In our guide on how to make a cauldron, we focused only on the crafting recipe and not the various ways you can use this block in-game. So, in this guide, we will be taking a look at every single use of the cauldron in Minecraft. You’ll be surprised to learn that there are almost ten different functions the cauldron has. Some of them appear only in the Bedrock edition, but most of them are common to both editions of the game. With that said, let’s learn how to use a cauldron right away.
1. Water Holder
Cauldron’s most obvious function is to hold water. You can right-click the cauldron with a water bucket to fill it completely. Alternatively, the game allows for automated filling of the cauldron in some cases. One of them being the rain. The cauldron slowly fills up if it’s directly exposed to rain.
Moreover, stalactites formed from pointed dripstone that have have water above can slowly fill the cauldron kept below. To empty the full cauldron, you can right-click it with an empty bucket that’ll scoop up the water.
During these automatic ways of filling, the cauldron doesn’t fill up completely at once, but in stages. The first stage is 1/3rd filled, the second one is 2/3rd filled, and the third one is filled fully. You can manually achieve these water levels by using glass bottles. Right-clicking an empty cauldron with a water bottle will fill it to the first stage.
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