Hydrogen Peroxide +
Matching Dye +
|[Bedrock and Education editions only]|
While equipped, players can use glow sticks to shake them, causing them to appear bright regardless of the light level. This is only an aesthetic change, as no light is emitted to the surrounding area. A particle effect is visible until the durability runs out. The glowstick's durability depletes while lit. The exact length of duration is currently unknown.
|Name||Namespaced ID||Numeric ID||Form||Translation key|
|0||Black Glow Stick|
|1||Red Glow Stick|
|2||Green Glow Stick|
|3||Brown Glow Stick|
|4||Blue Glow Stick|
|5||Purple Glow Stick|
|6||Cyan Glow Stick|
|7||Light Gray Glow Stick|
|8||Gray Glow Stick|
|9||Pink Glow Stick|
|10||Lime Glow Stick|
|11||Yellow Glow Stick|
|12||Light Blue Glow Stick|
|13||Magenta Glow Stick|
|14||Orange Glow Stick|
|15||White Glow Stick|
|1.4.0||beta 18.104.22.168||Added glow sticks.|
|1.14.60||?||Making a glow stick results in an edible item called |
|?||Making a glow stick results in correct items again.|
|Making a glow stick with dye has been made an upgrade|
|Putting 2 glow sticks in a Crafting Table now outputs a correct glow stick.|
|1.0.27||Added glow sticks.|
- The glowing reaction of Luminol during oxidation exists in real life. It is used for detecting blood in crime scenes.
- Players cannot enchant glowsticks with Unbreaking or Mending, despite it having durability.
- The black and light gray glow sticks use the same texture as the red glow stick.