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Buckets are made of wood at a carpenter's workshop or metal at a metalsmith's forge or magma forge. They are used by dwarves to carry water, when making lye, milking animals and for cleaning wounded dwarves. Milk and lye can also be stored in buckets, but dwarves will prefer to empty the buckets into suitable barrels. A bucket is also needed for the construction of a well, a soap maker's workshop, an ashery or a dyer's shop.
They are stored on the furniture stockpile.
- A bucket can end up holding both water and lye, which will render the bucket useless. See soap for workaround suggestions. Bug:1236
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