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Manufacturing of ceramic and homogeneous tiles have undergone considerable changes in recent times. Many processes and methods of producing ceramic tiles have been automated to achieve better quality. Ceramic tiles were once handmade from a mixture of clay along with water and then dried in the sun or fired in brick kilns. In the modern world, majority of ceramic tiles made today go through a process which require lesser time and labour. Special clays mined from the earth are shaped, coloured and then fired in kilns. They can be coloured and glazed to produce a high gloss or matte finish. Most ceramic tiles comes either with a white or red body color underneath the glazed finish.