The glazed porcelain tiles are a higher version or advanced-form of ceramic tiles produced from a lump of more refined, smoother, and denser clay termed as Kaolinite. The porcelain clay or Kaolinite is baked further on the next stage at a specified high Kiln temperature. It is done to evaporate the water content present in the porcelain clay amalgamation. It is done to evaporate the water content from the clay, or the mixture is carried to make the glazed porcelain tiles rigid and sturdy. Once the water content is low in the mix, they are printed using a unique and advanced printing technique, and the printing technique is called inkjet-printers. Later on, they are embossed as per the desired textures, designs, and hues the tiles are accurately crafted as customised sizes of tiles. In glazed porcelain tiles, the glaze is added on the tiles’ surface to give it a shine and subtle textures after the printing and embossing technique. On the glazed porcelain tile surface, a wear layer doesn’t allow the colour and the design or the consistency to permeate through the entire porcelain tile. Due to its high shine, colour and design, they are not well recommended for the outdoor tiling purpose and are less durable than through-bodied porcelain tiles. The glazed porcelain tiles have lots to offer from its wide range of finishes from monotone to vividly glazed porcelain tiles, matt porcelain tiles to glossy glazed porcelain tile, plain or dotted to marbled; hues and tints varying from white glazed porcelain tiles to coloured glazed porcelain tiles; pattern oscillating from wood grain glazed porcelain tile, marble look, glazed porcelain mosaic porcelain tile, hardwood, granite, and more; and shapes such as hexagon, pentagon, and rectangular glazed porcelain tile.