Achieving the maximum benefit from the Blast Furnace is essential to the arsenal you have, but it will require some tasks which must be completed before OSRS Gold. Make sure you're well-stocked on GP because the next tasks will be expensive: Begin 'The Giant Dwarf' quest for access to Keldagrim. It's required at least 60 crafting (with the exception of boosts) or, alternatively, pay $2,500 dollars to one of the Blast Furnace foreman to smelt bars for 10 minutes. Every hour at the Blast Furnace will use around 80,000 GP So be ready.
To lower the cost of entry, with recommend gaining to get the Ring of Charos (a). Avoid using the option of paying with foreman at the Blast Furnace foreman because it will negate the value of the ring. This ring is available in The Creature of Fenkenstrain questline.The addition of Ice Gloves in the Blast Furnace will assist when you're using the bar dispenser since they'll cool them off quickly for you to take. This can save you time, instead of having buckets full of water each time to cool the bars (and it'll save inventory space too).
Before beginning how to get to the Blast Furnace itself It's important to note that it's only accessible in the following worlds that are: 352, 355 (358), 386 and 387. Once you've spoken the Giant Dwarf and entered Keldagrim You must go north and make your way over the bridge. Once you've crossed it continue south until you are able to see an Blast Furnace icon on the map. Once inside the marked building go downstairs, and you'll find the furnace.
After this is done, it'll be far easier to go there later on. You can take advantage of an Grand Exchange shortcut on the northwest wall, take your time in the minecart and explore Ice Mountain the dwarven mines, or play the minigame group searcher to make an appearance outside the building.It can take a bit of getting to but the minigame with the Blast furnace is very easy. To use the furnace you must follow these steps: Then, deposit your ore on OSRS Gold For Sale the conveyor belt. Run down the ramp prepared by a bucket of water or ice gloves. Recool your bars, and then bank them.