Cutting Floor Tiles

21 Mar 2004
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United Kingdom
I am trying lay bathroom floor tiles (ceramic, fairly tough, glazed) and I'm running into problems. They're too thick to cut with a specialised blade for a jigsaw, and my diamond wet cutter has a radial blade, which is no good for cutting curves. Any ideas?
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When you say curves, are you talking about circles or something more complicated? I am just wondering as the most common curve to cut in bathroom tiles is a circle in order to fit pipes through.

If you just want circular cuts then you can get a tool to cut circular holes in tiles here and probably most other places.

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