Laying tile of any sort is a complicated process of fitting the tile just right so that the least number of partial tiles are used. Whole tiles are faster to install and look better to the viewer than partials. Unfortunately, any tiled surface is likely to require a few partials, so cutting the full tiles to fit will be necessary. A quick all-around cutting tool for tiles likely to be used by many DIYer tile installers is the table saw. There are few tiles that a table saw won’t cut through, but to do so cleanly without breakage or chipping requires that you approach the cutting process prepared beforehand and knowledgeable about cutting procedure.
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