Minecraft’s enchanted objects create changes that we may not want to be permanent. However, disenchanting them will cost us some resources. The tips below show you how to disenchant items in two ways: with a grindstone and through the crafting menu.
Disenchant items with the whetstone
The best way to disenchant a weapon is to use a whetstone. If you don’t have a grinder, you can here the necessary ingredients Experienced:
- 1 Steinplatte
- 2 sticks
- 2 blocks of your choice of material: Oak, Spruce, Birch, Jungle, Acacia, Solid Oak, Crimson, or Warped Material.
Creation of a whetstone
When making the grindstone, the objects should be placed in the following order:
- First row: sticks left and right, stone slab in the middle.
- Second row: Blocks left and right, nothing in the middle.
- Third row: empty.
Once the whetstone is made, simply place the weapon or enchanted item on either block and he appears without any enchantment to undo him. This method also gives you a lot of experience points.
Repairing a weapon removes its enchantment
Disenchant items through crafting
The other method is a bit expensive. It’s all about utilizing the crafting grid, by placing the same item there twice, once enchanted and once unenchanted. This way you only have one unenchanted item left, but lost the other one along the way. Actually, this method is rather wasteful, but in the absence of a grinder, it might be worth it if you don’t want to just discard that.
Crafting two of the same weapon results in a single weapon with no enchantments
Items that cannot be disenchanted
- curse of disappearance
- Link Curse
Both curses disappear on death and this is the only way to “disenchant” connected objects.