The world of Grounded is stocked with materials to help you survive. Even detritus like dryer lint can be used to craft useful items. However, with so many options, getting something like Lint Rope is difficult if you don’t know where to start. Fortunately, you won’t have to search too far to find the raw materials you need.
How to Get Lint Rope in Grounded
To make Lint Rope, you first need to get your hands on some regular Lint. Fortunately, there are a few places you can look for it. Smaller amounts can be found at the Abandoned Gardening Glove. However, don’t expect too much. If you need more, head to the Undershed. Poking through the pink insulation is a great way to find Lint.
Unfortunately, this isn’t the only requirement. To make rope, you’ll also have to make a Spinning Wheel. To make a Spinning Wheel, you’ll need Acorn Top, Clay, Red Ant Part, Sap, and Crude Rope.
If you’ve already got a wheel, then the rest is simple. Take your Lint to the Wheel in order to spin it into Lint Rope.
The rope itself can be used to craft many different things. Weapons like the Scythe of Blossoms, and the Tick Macuahuitl, both require Lint Rope. It’s also used in other Weapons like the Widow Dagger and the Black Ox Crossbow, which is useful for getting Tinkling Shells. It’s used in armor, too, including the Fire Ant Armor, Termite Armor, Black Ox Armor, and Roly Poly Armor. Finally, it can be combined with Spiky Burs to create a Bur Floor.
These are just a few of the things you can do with Lint Rope. It may take a while to get your hands on some, but you can use them to make some important survival items.