Bucket of sand

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A bucket of sand can be obtained by using an empty bucket with a sandpit.

The sandpit in Prifddinas is 10 steps away from a bank chest in the Ithell district, but accessing it requires completion of Plague's End. Otherwise, the sandpits in Yanille and Zanaris are relatively close to a bank. Players can collect 84 buckets of sand per day for free by talking to Bert in Yanille after completing the Hand in the Sand quest. This increases to 120 buckets after completing the Ardougne Elite achievements.

There are piles of sand on the Hobgoblin Peninsula and in Shilo Village. Sand can be obtained from the piles by using a bucket on it.

A bucket of sand and soda ash are used in making molten glass, used in Crafting, Construction and Archaeology. A bucket of sand is used with a Summoning pouch, green charm, and 45 spirit shards to create a desert wyrm pouch.

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 13 September 2021 (Update):
    • You may now toggle whether Buckets are destroyed or not when making Molten Glass.
  • patch 9 November 2010 (Update):
    • Bert will now give the correct amount of sand to players.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Trader Stan and some of the trading ships used to sell sand.