Buckets are tools in Minecraft used to carry liquids such as milk, water and lava. They are not renewable. Only empty buckets can be stacked in piles of 16. Filled buckets are not stackable. In All Minecraft Guides, we are going to give you a big walk through on bucket tool
Minecraft Bucket Tool Recipe:
Buckets can be crafted using Iron Ingots. To get them naturally, players must look in dungeon chests or woodland mansions chests because there is an 18% chance of Buckets being available here. These definitely are one of the most useful Minecraft Tools.
Also See: Minecraft Hoe Tool
Buckets can be used to carry water or lava. To do this, simple use Bucket tool when on block with lava or water. To fill the bucket with milk, Use bucket tool when looking at Cow or mushroom. When filled with the source block, the bucket can be used to empty the contents on an empty block.
If the bucket is filled with milk, it can only be emptied if the player drinks it or uses it in any crafting recipe such as that of making cake. An empty bucket can also be used to empty a cauldron. This can be done by filling the bucket with water from the cauldron until the cauldron is fully drained.
In Pocket Edition, different buckets can be distinguished by Data Value. The empty bucket has 0 value, milk bucket has 1, water bucket has 8 and lava bucket has a data value of 10.
Buckets were introduced in 2010. Initially, they could only carry water and lava and were available in dungeon chests only. Buckets were able to carry milk once cows became milk able. Later, buckets started making sound on use and now can be stacked up to 16.
In Pocket Edition, the buckets can be used to fill any block. The material filled is in accordance with the data value. The only exception is Stone, in which milk is filled in the bucket.
The issue that were faced by players are:
- Players were unable to fill buckets with water when they were in water
- Lava bucket disappeared in inventory or became an empty bucket
- There were bugs with full buckets.