Hygiene is important, especially in Kingdom Come: Deliverance, where appearances effect your stats. Imagine you walk into a tavern, see a pretty lady, and try having a conversation with her just to realize you have blood all over you. It’s not an easy thing to take seriously as it would never happen to you, right? Well, in Kingdom Come: Deliverance, such a scenario isn’t outside the realm of possibility. Many NPCs will treat you differently depending on your appearance, and a bloody appearance is one you should certainly be cognizant of, especially if you want to keep your Charisma stat high. This guide will explain how to clean your clothing and weapons in Kingdom Come: Deliverance to avoid looking like a bloody mess.
How to Clean Clothing and Weapons in Kingdom Come: Deliverance
If you find your clothes or weapons stained with blood in Kingdom Come: Deliverance, or if they are just generally dirty, there are some ways to deal with that. Here’s how to keep your weapons, armor, and clothing bloodstain-free.
How to Clean Clothes: Bathhouses
If troughs aren’t doing the job, head over to a public bath house to launder your clothes instead. While troughs are used for quick cleaning in Kingdom Come: Deliverance, they do not properly wash your clothes, which means you probably still smell awful.
To really get you and your clothes clean in Kingdom Come: Deliverance, head to a local Bathhouse and speak to the Bathhouse Proprietor to have your clothes laundered and to give yourself a bath for a handful of coin. You can also have your wounds healed if needed.
We suggest you wash your clothes whenever you’re near a Bathhouse, especially if you’ve been through a few fights since your last bath. Keep extra on you just in case you need to change clothes. Alternatively, you can also track down the local Tailor to have them fix your clothing as well.
How to Clean Weapons: Blacksmith
There are several ways to clean and fix your weapons and armor in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. A local Swordsmith or Blacksmith can clean and repair your weapons, while the Armorsmith will repair your armor and shield for a small fee.
If you don’t have enough coin to have your weapons repaired, luckily there’s an alternative that allows you to clean and sharpen your weapons for free. All you need to do is find a Blacksmith’s grindstone. With the grindstone, you can use your own muscle to clean and sharpen your weapons yourself, which is done via a minigame. This may take some effort on your part, but it’s ultimately the cheaper option for cleaning and sharpening your weapons in Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
So there you have it. Be sure to locate your nearest Bathhouse or Blacksmith whenever you need to clean your clothes or weapons in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. While you’re at it, make sure you know how to save your game so that you don’t lose any progress.