- 1 Can you cut tiles around a toilet?
- 2 How do you cut ceramic tile on the floor?
- 3 Do you tile around or under toilet?
- 4 Do you put flooring down before toilet?
- 5 Can you put a toilet on top of a floating floor?
- 6 Can you cut porcelain tile with a tile cutter?
- 7 Does Dremel cut tile?
- 8 Can a multi tool cut tile?
- 9 Should I caulk around the toilet?
- 10 Do you fit a shower before or after tiling?
- 11 How do you tile a toilet without removing the toilet?
Can you cut tiles around a toilet?
It is almost impossible to cut flooring, especially ceramic tile or wood, precise enough to fit snugly around a toilet base. The finished product usually results in an uneven and thick joint around the toilet base, a joint that will require additional caulk or grout to conceal.
How do you cut ceramic tile on the floor?
While loose tiles are cut using a tile wet saw, installed tiles need to be cut with hand tools. To make square or box cuts in the tile, or to cut out large sections of tile, use an angle grinder. To make circular cuts to accommodate pipes, use a hole saw.
Do you tile around or under toilet?
To install tile properly around the toilet, you need to affix it to the floor under the fixture. Because toilets sit on top of tile, any rough cuts are hidden, making it easy to achieve the appearance of tile that has been custom-cut for your bathroom.
Do you put flooring down before toilet?
If you’re installing a new floor, pedestal sink, and toilet, you should install the laminate flooring first so it’s under the sink and toilet. By installing the flooring first, you will also be able to more easily switch up cabinetry or fixtures, without having gaps in the flooring.
Can you put a toilet on top of a floating floor?
It’s considered best practice to always put a toilet on top of the flooring, whether the floor is made of wood, vinyl, tiles, etc. Not only will placing the toilet on top of the vinyl plank flooring generally look better, but it also ensures that the weight of the toilet is held by the floor and not the pipes.
Can you cut porcelain tile with a tile cutter?
A tile cutter works much like a glass cutter. This is a tool frequently used to cut ceramic tile, but it can also be used with porcelain tiles. Because porcelain is harder and more brittle, a tile cutter can be somewhat more difficult to use on porcelain tile. This is another tool that does only straight cuts.
Does Dremel cut tile?
Save time and freely cut any shape or size in wall tiles with your Dremel Rotary-Tool and the Wall Tile Cutting attachment. Easily choose your cutting depth up to 20mm with the cutting guide.
Can a multi tool cut tile?
For some DIYers, an oscillating tool is among the best tools for cutting tile. An oscillating multitool can replace a tile nipper (since it also works by cutting the tile edges to shape it) but cannot replace a manual tile cutter or a wet tile saw and other tile cutting tools.
Should I caulk around the toilet?
Caulk prevents a fouling area. If mop water, bathtub water, or a less pleasant “bathroom liquid” gets underneath the toilet, there is no way to clean it up. Caulking around the base of the toilet will prevent this from happening.
Do you fit a shower before or after tiling?
We always advise fitting the shower tray before tiling the walls or installing wall panels as this ensures a more watertight seal around the sides of the tray. Step 1 – Position the shower tray where you want it installed and make sure it fits into the space with no clearance issues.
How do you tile a toilet without removing the toilet?
With peel and stick tile, there’s no need to remove the toilet. You can tile under the toilet bowl all the way to the edge of the base, then edge it with silicone caulk to create a waterproof seal. Some harder flooring materials, such as ceramic tile and hardwood, make bathroom floors more difficult.