Raft – How to Get Wool

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Wool is a resource you can obtain from the Llama – a tameable animal in Raft.

Besides being needed for many useful armor and backpack recipes, Wool is also one of the best raw resources for the Recycler to make Trash Cubes, as its value is 15 times better than Plastic or Palm Leaves.

Recommended Read: How to Catch Animals in Raft

You can get Wool in Raft by using Shears on a tamed Llama. You receive one Wool from each shearing. The Llama’s fur regrows after 5 minutes if it is fed, at which point you can shave it again.

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How to Get Wool in Raft

First, check out our guide on how to catch and tame animals in Raft.

Once you have at least 1 Llama on your raft, craft a pair of Shears using 1 Metal Ingot, 1 Hinge, and 2 Scraps.

This recipe can be found in the Tools crafting menu, which is the third tab with a hammer and shovel icon on it. If you don’t see the recipe, try researching the required materials in the Research Table first.

Next, put the Shears in your hot bar, select it, and hold the left mouse button to shave the Llama.

This action gives you 1 Wool and reduces the Shears’ durability by 1. Shears have a total of 15 durability, which means you can shave the Llama 15 times with a single pair of Shears.

After being shaved, the Llama’s fur will grow back after 5 minutes if it’s fed.

In the image below, you can differentiate between a shaved and a normal Llama.

The shaved Llama is on the right.

To feed a Llama, build some Grass Plots, place them on your raft, and water them. It’s recommended to build fencing around the Grass Plots so the Llamas don’t run around.

That’s how to get Wool in Raft.

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