Cutting porcelain floor tiles

I am due to fit porcelain floor tiles in the kitchen, would an angle grinder do the job and will it need a particular disk ?
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Unless you're very skilled, a proper diamond wheel wet tile cutter at about the same price is a better bet - it will give perfectly straight and smooth edges. And it's a *lot* safer in the hands of the inexperienced.
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B&Q Performance Pro is a good one at 29. Much better than the PlasPlugs cutter.
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