Not if you have a decent saw. I put porcelain for the kitchen counter
and with a $200 wet saw, it cuts fine, albeit slower, than a ceramic
Hard as a rock too. I've drop some pretty heavy objects on it, not a
I agree with Master and Larry - porcelain is much better and much harder to
especially thicknesses over 1/4". I found the cutters with the tungsten
fairly well for 1/4" thick tiles but are almost useless for 3/8" and over. I
bought a Grizzly
wet tile saw, which worked quite well, for about $350. The first diamond saw
which cost about $20, cut only about 22' of 3/8" tile.
You need to check what you are offered for edging - it may well be ceramic.
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