tile cutter

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Noun1.tile cutter - a cutter (tool for cutting) for floor tilestile cutter - a cutter (tool for cutting) for floor tiles
cutlery, cutting tool, cutter - a cutting implement; a tool for cutting
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If you're retiling yourself, an electric tile cutter is essential - the Erbauer ERB337TCB 750W Tile Cutter (PS89.
So we're giving one reader the chance to win a Fein MultiMaster Top 350 (230v) electric tile cutter and a Fein MultiMaster Best of Tiling kit.
A sharp pencil is often better, but pencil lines can be hard to see on some surfaces and can get erased in the process of cutting, such as when using a water-cooled diamondwheel tile cutter.
Cutting the tiles can be tricky, but using an electric tile cutter with a water-cooled diamond blade makes it much easier.
If you had a good tile cutter and a smoothing stone and trimmed a slight angle off the vertical edges of each tile you could even make bowl shapes.
There are various methods, but by far the easiest is using an electric tile cutter with a wetcutting diamond blade, such as the Titan TTB336TCB 500W Tile Saw (PS39.
Edward Namulo, owner of Spyker Plumbing cc, received a cordless drill, tile cutter, spade, and a generator.
The trickiest bit of tiling is cutting the tiles, so invest in a suitable diamond-wheel tile cutter, which will chew through them quickly and easily.
Plus, it's just plain slower than a tile cutter or wet saw.
The best thing to use for cutting wall and floor tiles is a diamond wheel, either on a tool such as an angle grinder or a flatbed tile cutter, where the wheel's cooled with water to stop it from overheating.
Tools needed are a pencil, timber batten, plumb line, tape measure, spirit level, tile cutter, tile nibble, spacers, adhesive spreader, grout spreader, couple of buckets, hammer, adhesive, grout, sponge, old towel, and, of course, tiles.