Ceramic is a material most used for wall tiles, mosaics, and some lower-traffic floor tiles. It is made up mostly of clay and sand that are ground into a very fine powder. Once water is added, then the mixture is compressed in a mould at high pressure making the “Biscuit”. These are then dried out, primed, painted then glazed. They are then fired in a kiln at approximately 1000oC to create the final product.