How To Avoid Small Tile Cuts,
How do you balance tiles?
Tile Nippers For applications where you need to make irregular cuts along tile edges, rather than straight cuts, a tile nipper is the right tool. It is also known as the nibbling tool and can be used to make small half-inch or one-inch cuts from the edge by making scoring lines.
Where should tile cuts be?
A tile cutter can safely cut tiles as small as 6-by-6 inches in a straight line. A tile saw also cuts straight lines but is more versatile in the size of tiles you can cut and in that you can also cut “L” shapes in the tiles.
How do you hide tile cuts?
The goal is to maximize the size of tiles at the bottom and top, avoiding narrow pieces. I avoid using a full piece at the top because the ceiling is usually not perfectly level. By cutting the top course of tile on all three walls, I can keep the joint width consistent all the way around.01-Nov-2018
How do you keep slivers from tiling?
Place Full Tiles in the Prominent Areas If at all possible, be sure to tuck the cut tiles away in the less-noticeable areas such as near walls, borders, and under cabinetry overhangs, etc. The center of a bathroom floor or kitchen counter would be the worst place for a cut tile.17-Dec-2020