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How To Clean Your Armor In Anthem

How To Clean Your Armor In Anthem
Sick and tired of the beat-up look of your Javelin in Anthem? This guide will tell you How To Clean Your Armor In Anthem as the initial options available make any Javelin, regardless of class, look beaten up, old and ready for the scrap heap.

Cleaning your armor is actually a variety of skin effects that you can put on to any Javelin. Head to your Forge and go to the Appearance tab. From here you can change your Torso, Arms and Legs, as well as changing colors and paint, and adding or removing Vinyls.

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To clean your armor you need to go to the Wear State option in the Appearance tab. At the beginning of your journey with your Javelin, you will only have access to Old and Dirty. However, you can unlock Standard and Clean, the latter of which makes your armor look shiny and new.

In order to unlock the Clean option you need to farm some Reputation. You need to reach Freelancer Reputation Level 2 in order to unlock the Clean option in the Wear State menu. That’s How To Clean Your Armor In Anthem.

When you get to the mission called Vanishing Act in Anthem, you will have to finish a puzzle to beat it. Check out this Anthem Vanishing Act puzzle guide to get through it as quick as possible. Hopefully your team will watch your back while you do the puzzle.
Stuck crafting common and uncommon blueprints but need stronger weapons and better gear? This guide will tell you How To Craft Better Weapons & Items In Anthem as initially, the crafting system is very limited and doesn't allow you to craft anything better than what you find in Bastion.
Blueprints allow you to craft better weapons and gear for your Javelin, but where do you get them? This guide will tell you How To Unlock Blueprints In Anthem so you can craft items of all varieties including Uncommon, Rare and more.
The Freelancers are another faction in the world of Anthem. Getting a higher reputation with the Freelancers will unlock new blueprints, paint jobs and other gear. Check out this guide to find out how to earn Freelancer rep in Anthem.

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