Tile Cutting Blade Pencil Type

Tile Cutting Blade Pencil Type

Whether you’re renovating a bathroom or installing a new backsplash in the kitchen, you’ll likely have to cut pieces of tile. But you don’t necessarily need a tile cutter For any type of tile (like ceramic, glass, or porcelain), an angle grinder is best for round cuts whereas a glass cutter can make smaller cuts.

And if you have a lot of tile to trim, a wet saw is one of the easiest, quickest options.

The “front” of the tile is the side that’s smooth or glazed.

If you have a circle template or rounded edge you can trace, your line will be more accurate.

If you don’t have a tile marker, a lead pencil or crayon will work, too.

For a dark piece of tile, lay a strip of masking tape on top of the tile where you want to cut and draw your line on top of the tape instead of the tile.

This way you can see the line and it won’t blend into the tile

Weight 0.35 kg
Dimensions 0.4 × 0.4 × 13 cm


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