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When you are trying to mod your weapon or building certain objects at your Outpost, there are certain resources that you will simply need more of in Starfield. Minerals such as Iron and Aluminum are certainly ones that most players know they will need at some point, but there are other lesser-known resources that are just as important. Sealant is one of the resources in Starfield, as it’s required to build just about anything major in your Outpost.

Sealant is a common organic resource that you will need a ton of if you’re planning on building habs or other structures at your Outpost. It’s also a common crafting item needed for weapon and spacesuit modding along with some research projects. As such, you will want to know where to find Sealant in bunches.

Check out the guide below for all of your Sealant needs in Starfield.

Getting Sealant in Starfield

Sealant in Starfield
What Sealant looks like. | Screenshot via Upcomer

As Sealant is not a mineral, you can’t use an Extractor at your Outpost to mine it passively. Instead, you will need to either buy the item or find it out in the world.

I have found that some fauna and flora on planets have a decent chance of containing Sealant, but this is by no means an efficient way to acquire the resource. Still, I would always make sure you’re checking the bodies of dead creatures and picking flora to look for any extra Sealant.

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The main way you want to acquire Sealant is by purchasing it from vendors. Luckily, just about any general trader sells Sealant in Starfield, the item doesn’t cost much from these traders, and you can usually find it in decent supply. Here are some of the vendors I recommend checking out first for Sealant:

  • Jemison Mercantile (New Atlantis)
  • Shepherd’s Goods (Akila City)
  • Newill’s Goods (Neon)
  • UC Distribution (New Atlantis)
  • Any Trade Authority store
  • Zuri’s General Store (The Key)

Going to these vendors and others in Starfield should always net you a little bit of Sealant, if not a decent amount. I can usually find around 15-20 Sealant per visit to these vendors, so if you visit them all, you’re looking good on Sealant supply for the foreseeable future.

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