If you’ve been left wondering by the thought of cutting a porcelain tile without a wet saw, there are several ways to do so. A glass cutter is the simplest one. This method just needs a square with a straight edge, a marker and a cloth hanger.

Another type of tile is the ceramic tile. To cut them into simple straight cuts, a carbide-tipped pen can be used. But, this process, being good for a single tile, could feel cumbersome for cutting many tiles. Additionally, you may need to use a sander to remove any surfaces that have been left over after cutting the tile.

For additional information on cutting tiles check the infographic below as well as this article – https://sawadvisor.com/how-to-cut-tile-without-a-wet-saw/.

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5 Best Tools to Cut Tiles

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