How to Cut Curves Into Porcelain Tile


The laying of tile may be done successfully by almost anybody; however, there are a few trade secrets that can help the process go much more quickly and easily. It is not difficult to cut curves into a porcelain tile, but you will need the appropriate equipment and the appropriate procedures. You may get a better fit and results that seem more professional with just a little bit of experience before you attempt to cut curved edges or make apertures. You may cut the tile using a wet saw equipped with a diamond blade and tile nippers if the curve is located on the side of the tile. You will need a rotary tool when the curve you are cutting is in the middle of the tile.