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Topic by SawdustJunky posted 05-10-2010 12:06 AM 2904 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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SawdustJunky

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05-10-2010 12:06 AM

Topic tags/keywords: trick resource jig tip question

Anyone have way to cut tile around a the toekick of kitchen cabinets. I would prefer not to have to remove the cabinets but the tile was laid first and then the cabinets were set. I have seen 3 1/2 toekick saws but I have not seen a tile blade for them. Anyone have a suggections?

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UnionLabel

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05-10-2010 03:29 PM

I have a Rotozip tool with the rotary tile bits. I have cut out outlets, moldings and pipe ptofiles withit and love it. Makes tile work much easier.

When it comes to grouting tight areas, I have found that the cheap silicone spatulas with the pull off blades work great. Just stiff enough to get the grout in the space, small enough to do the job and comfortable to work with, even with my big hands.

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AjFoyt

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05-12-2010 01:06 AM

I had to cut tile from under a toekick and used a Fein tool with the tile cutting blade. The tool is rather expensive but dremel makes a cheaper version that might work for you

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jamesmrosas

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05-12-2010 02:43 PM

Cutting tools will be of great help for you. Use it with precaution.

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07-15-2021 04:22 PM

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