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Hi group I need 15' of tile for my tiny bathroom cut to make a baseboard. I have cheap blue box store porcelain tile you've seen it a million times. I need to cut it to 3.5" tall I have a metal trim to cover the exposed side and wondered if I have to use a wet tile saw or can this be scored and snapped. I tried an angle grinder with a diamond bit but I'm not seeing clean cuts. However, I'm a newbie to cutting tiles. However, if using the angle grinder works for you, do I cut the back side up or the face up. So far I've tried face down and see a lot chipping and the cuts not very straight since I'm hand holding the angle grinder and that doesn't seem to be straight :surprise: If you score and snap can you explain a bit? Thanks
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