What tool do you use to cut curves in tile?
With a little practice, you can cut curved edges and create openings for a better fit and more professional-looking results. When the curve is on the side of the tile, you can use a wet saw with a diamond blade and tile nippers. When the curve is in the center of the tile, you’ll need a rotary tool.
Can you cut porcelain tiles with a tile cutter?
A simple, hand-operated tile cutter will work. You can also purchase motorized tiles cutters for this job. Porcelain tile is very hard; therefore, you need a powerful wet diamond saw when you want to cut your tile. However, it can be difficult to cut porcelain without chipping it.
Can you use an angle grinder to cut tile?
Angle grinders are ideal for cutting tile that’s fixed to a wall or cutting special shapes, such as circles or squares, at the center of pieces of tile. We have the tools to make your job easier.
Can I file ceramic tiles?
When glazed tile is cut it has a rough, ragged unfinished edge. You can dress that unfinished edge by smoothing it with a ceramic tile file. This type of file has carbide grit cemented to it, the same as is used to tumble stone. A ceramic tile file is a handheld tool that anybody can use.
How do you round the edges of porcelain tile?
There is a tile wet saw with a blade. The blade will make a smooth transition from tile to wall by grinding down the edge. To match the rest of the tile, use an angle grinder with a polishing pad to buff up the edge.