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.
Tile Cutting Bladeis specially designed for angle grinder tile cutting purposes.Tile Cutting Bladeprovides a fast, precise, smooth and chip-free cutting experience for you.
It has a thicker core design to avoid vibrations and wobbling. It canbe usedas aporcelain tile blade, ceramic tile blade, granite blade, and other thin masonry blades.
Note: Wear protective glasses and a dust mask when using an angle grinder as there can be a lot of debris in the air.