Ceramic crafting component in Fallout 76
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Where to Find Ceramic in Fallout 76

Here's where to find Ceramic in Fallout 76 to complete week two challenges of the Spring Cleaning Challenge event!

During week two of the Spring Cleaning Challenge event in Fallout 76, you’ll be tasked with Scrapping Junk to Create Ceramic while changing your Pip-Boy 2000 skin to the Abraxo one as one of the challenges you must complete.

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Luckily, there are a lot of junk items you can find in Appalachia that will provide you with 20 Ceramic to complete the challenge, which will earn you three Basic Repair Kits and progress towards the event’s final reward, the Abraxo Washer and Dryer Set. Here’s where to find Ceramic in Fallout 76 to complete week two challenges of the Spring Cleaning Challenge event!

How to Scrap Junk to Create Ceramic in Fallout 76

In order to scrap junk to create Ceramics, you’ll need to locate specific junk items that yield Ceramics. Luckily, Ceramic is one of the most common items found in Junk in Appalachia. 

The table below is an alphabetical list of all junk items that produce Ceramic when scrapped and the amount they yield. 

Junk ItemYield
All Ashtray VariationsVaries
All Bowl VariationsVaries
All Coffee Cup VariationsVaries
All Garden Gnome VariationsVaries
All Plate VariationsVaries
All Teapot VariationsVaries
All Umbrella Stand VariationsVaries
All Vase VariationsVaries
Bulk Ceramic15
Ceramic Scrap1
Flower Pot1
HH-3A Capacitor1
High-Capacity Magnet1
Mischievous Kobold2
Saucer2
Souvenir Magnet Cow2
Teacup1

One trick you can do if you are at your CAMP is to create bulk ceramic at Tinker Workbench and then scrap it. Doing so will count towards the 20 you need to complete the challenge, even using materials you had before the event started.

Where to Farm Ceramic in Fallout 76

The Vault-Tec Agricultural Research Center stands out as the prime location for farming Ceramic in Fallout 76. Its greenhouses are teeming with garden gnomes and flower pots, offering a highly efficient farming spot for your Ceramic needs.

Here are additional places where you can find Ceramic in Fallout 76 if there are none left at the Vault-Tec Agricultural Research Center: 

  • Bloody Franks: This location is north of Berkley Springs. It has a bathtub filled with plates.
  • Sugar Grove: There are plenty of coffee cups at this location for you to collect.
  • Whitespring Resort: The dining and golf club areas have lots of plates and vases for you to scrap.  

Now that you know where to find Ceramic in Fallout 76 you’ll be on your way to unlocking the Abraxo Washer and Dryer set. Check out our Fallout 76 hub for more guides like Where to Find Toilet Paper and Plungers, two more challenges you must complete during Week 2 of the Spring Cleaning Challenge event.


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