Rust – How To Get Cloth

Rust – How To Get Cloth 1 -
Rust – How To Get Cloth 1 -

Three main ways to get cloth in Rust

– Collect Hemp Fibers 
– Skin Animals 
– Recycle Materials 

Collect Hemp Fibers

The easiest way to get cloth in Rust is by collecting Hemp Fibers. You can find these green fibrous plants near any riverbed in the gra*sy areas of the map. You can walk up to these plants and use your interact key to pick the fibers. A fully grown Hemp Fiber plant will yield you 10 Cloth, but less mature plants may produce less than that, as low as 2. When you harvest Hemp Fibers, you can also get Hemp Seeds. You can plant these in any suitable terrain to grow your Hemp Fibers. A good practice is planting Hemp Seeds around your base to ensure you always have a supply. Watch out for those pesky thieves, though! 
A more advanced player might take some Hemp Seeds and combine Tarp and Wood to craft a Small Planter Box. Place the Planter Box in a spot that’s inaccessible to outsiders, and plant the Hemp Seeds in there, so they don’t get stolen. As long as you set up your Planter Box outdoors, they will get enough sunlight and water to grow automatically. It’s also possible to do this indoors, but you will need some lightning and a way to water them, which is an even more advanced technique. 

Skin Dead Animals

Another easy noob-friendly way to get cloth in Rust is by killing animals. Any animal will net you some, but there are certainly ways to optimize this process. After killing an animal, you can hit it with your stone to gather some cloth, leather, animal fat, bone fragments, and meat. Destroying the animal carca*s with a bone knife will yield more cloth than using a rock, so try that instead. 

Recycle Materials

The final and most efficient way to get cloth in Rust is by using the recycler. It’s also the most dangerous technique, though. You can find recyclers at towns and points of interest on the map. Place any item that contains cloth in the recycler, such as clothing, rope, tarps, rugs, and so on. Throw these items in the recycler and turn on the machine. In a minute or two, you’ll have more than enough. 

This is all that we can say about Rust – How To Get Cloth for now. I hope this post helped you. If there is anything that we should add, please let us know via comment below. See you soon!

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