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How to to cut tile trim for a corner

Discussion in 'Tiling' started by ukmercenary, 16 May 2020.

  1. ukmercenary

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    Hello

    I've never tiled before and want to know how I am supposed to cut the tile trim for a right angle.
    I have the mitre box but after several cuts, I still can't figure it out.

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    And once you master simple corners you can try a 2 way (oooh errr missus!)
     
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    Thanks but the best I can get the cuts is like this... what am i doing wrong ? or can I just fill the gap with something after?
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    I figured it out if I place the trim flat down in the mitre box the cuts are clean
     
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