Tile saws use water to keep the blade cool, extending its life, while also lubricating the tile for the cut. When you move the tile under the blade, it cuts with impressive precision, making tile cutting a simpler job for do-it-yourselfers than it might appear at first.
AC and cordless wet/dry tile saws can also make cuts without water, as can snap cutters and rail cutters, but in most cases, a water saw makes for the most accurate cuts. Various tile saws can cut ceramic tile, porcelain, stone, marble, granite, glass, bricks and pavers. Some saws cut certain materials better than others, and some saws can’t cut certain materials. It’s important to get a tile saw that will work for you now and in the future.
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Lackmond WTS950LN Beast Wet Tile Saw with Sliding Tray, Laser and Stand, 7" - Real user review
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