Whether you’re renovating a bathroom or installing a new backsplash in the kitchen, you’ll likely have to cut tiles into pieces. But you don’t necessarily need a tile cutter. For any type of tile (like ceramic, glass, or porcelain), an angle grinder is best for round cuts whereas a glass cutter can make smaller cuts. And if you have a lot of tile to trim, a wet saw is one of the easiest, quickest options.
Tile Cutting Blade is specially designed for angle grinder tile cutting purposes. Tile Cutting Blade provides a fast, precise, smooth and chip-free cutting experience for you. It has a thicker core design to avoid vibrations and wobbling. It can be used as a porcelain tile blade, ceramic tile blade, granite blade, and other thin masonry blades.
Super thin turbo mesh rim diamond blade provide fast, precise, smooth and chip-free cutting experience for you. Thicker center to avoid vibrations and wobbling.
High Performance diamond matrix provides long life and enhanced material removal.
Universal for dry or wet cutting.
Suitable for porcelain, limestone, granite, marble & stone...
It is the ideal diamond saw blade for tile installer, general contractors, home made DIYers and tradesmen.
Material: Metal Alloy
Wear protective glasses and a dust mask when using an angle grinder as there can be a lot of debris in the air.