Dyes are used to dye wool blocks, leather armor, and banners. When you dye an item multiple times the color change will be darker each time dye is added. If you dye a block or banner all sides of that block or banner will have the same color. You can dye sheep’s wool if they are nearby eating grass on farmland. It is possible to dye leather armor but it is difficult so I recommend doing this last so you have some good items before dyeing them. White-colored sheep wool can only be obtained by shearing your brown or black colored sheep then waiting for them to grow back their white wool before killing them again for more white wool. Black stained clay blocks can also be dyed into any color using dyes just like wool. Leather armor dyeing only works on leather armor that is dyed black already, you need to dye it with a dye other than black first before dyeing it with another color.
To dye white-colored sheep’s wool to other colors you need to dye them first with some dye that is not the color you want. For example, if you want white sheep brown but don’t have any brown dye use iron or coal dust. You can get these items by killing zombies and skeletons which will drop these items frequently when killed with shears, swords or knives. If dyed properly your white sheep should have turned into another color without dying so simply kill them again to get more of this same color dye, if they are giving you more than one dye at a time then just leave them be until they grow back their normal white color before dyeing them again.
To dye a sheep first dye the wool of the sheep then kill them to get their dye that you just dyed into your inventory. You can dye at most 25 pieces of white-colored sheared wool with dye if you have multiple dye items but only 1 dye will be put into your inventory each time you dye one white-colored sheared sheep. Sheep dye is not stackable, dye other than black dye cannot dye leather armor.
Only black dye can dye leather armor and there currently is no way to dye it any other color without dying the armor first. You can shear black sheep for black wool and dye the wool different colors before dying the sheep’s wool like brown or yellow for example, but you will need a dye other than black dye to dye leather armor.
To dye a leather helmet, dye it with a dye other than black then dye the helmet a darker color like brown or blue for example. You can also dye a leather chestplate and leggings with a slightly lighter color of dye by making the dye area smaller. If you dye a leather hat and chestplate with dye that is too light it will appear purple, blue or green like the dye area has not been extended far enough.
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