I used a passel of abrasive wheels to cut a stack of ceramic tiles. For some
reason, a standard tile cutter absolutely refused to cut these particular
tiles without shattering them into many pieces.
Anyway, aside from making a bunch of dust and having to replace the wheel
about every ten tiles, all went as expected. For your project, the wheels
are probably cheap enough to experiment.
I didn't say I went through them "quickly." One wheel for every ten tiles
didn't SEEM excessive.
And, since these were "used" tiles (free from Craigslist) I used the same
wheels to remove the quickset from the backs.
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