How to Clean Blood and Dirt in Baldur’s Gate 3

Check out how to make sure you look your best on all pivotal moments in Baldur's Gate 3.

by Franklin Bellone Borges
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As a truth-to-form D&D experience, Baldur’s Gate 3 makes sure players know that it’s impossible to delve deep into danger and keep your equipment completely clean while doing it, as you will most often than not need to take up arms and cross areas sure to fill your gear with dirt, mud, and blood. But is there a way to actually remove the dirt, mud, and blood from your characters in Baldur’s Gate 3?

How to Clean Blood and Dirt in Baldur’s Gate 3

You can clean the blood and dirt from your party in Baldur’s Gate 3 by performing long and short rests, as well as by entering water bodies (such as rivers), using water flasks, and performing the Transmutation Spell Create/Destroy Water on your desired characters.

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Although using water can clean your characters from both dirt and blood, it won’t remove the battle wounds sustained while adventuring. Currently, the only way to remove the visible battle wounds from your party in Baldur’s Gate 3 can be done by taking either a short rest while on the field or a long rest at your camp.

How to Long Rest in Baldur’s Gate 3

You can long rest in Baldur’s Gate 3 by, after heading to camp, interacting with the fireplace at its center and then selecting a total of 40 Supplies, all of which will be spent in exchange for performing the action. Different from the two Short Rests which you can take while on the field, performing a long rest will also fully recover your Spells and Actions counts.

This guide was made while playing Baldur’s Gate 3 on PC.

- This article was updated on August 14th, 2023

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Franklin is a writer and journalist. A video game fanatic with more than 3 years of experience, his work can also be seen on sites such as The Click, Games Atlas, and Try Hard Guides. When not writing, he is most likely making his wallet cry while playing Gacha Games or ending the reign of the Crystals in Final Fantasy XVI.