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RimWorld: How To Get & Make Cloth

This RimWorld guide will help you get cloth and show you how to make it.

While the Indie Top-Down game RimWorld is a construction and management simulation game, it still hints at elements of surprise. In a procedurally generated environment paired with random traits for your character, you have to make the best of the situation as you try to make the Great Escape. While you progress, you will come up against numerous valuable items and resources. One such resource that we are going to find out about in this guide is Cloth. And while you see how to get and make Cloth in RimWorld, also check out how to use it to progress further.

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How to Get and Craft Cloth in RimWorld

RimWorld Make and Use Cloth
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Cloth is an important resource and as the name suggests, it is important for making clothes. And while it is not available everywhere, there are two ways to get Cloth in RimWorld. Here’s what you need to do:

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  • It can be grown on a cotton plant. The quality of clothing derived from Cloth is not however that great when it comes to RimWorld. Additionally, you can only get 10 light grey or white cloth from one Cotton plant.
  • The other way to get Cloth in RimWorld is by purchasing from bulk good traders or faction bases. In addition, this is the only way to get colored or dyed clothes. So if you are looking for something other than the whites, this is your best bet.

How to Use Cloth

As mentioned earlier, Cloth is an important resource for making Clothes at an electric tailor bench or hand tailor bench. But that is not all, you can also use Cloth in RimWorld to make carpet flooring, armchairs, and billiards table. And if you research it, you can also use it for Medicine.

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That’s all you need from this guide on how to get and make Cloth and how to use it in RimWorld. While you are here, make sure you check out Components, Feed Animals, and more guides at Gamer Tweak.