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Cutting Tile or Brick with a Wet Saw

By: Danny Lipford
Danny Lipford using a wet saw to cut tile.

Danny Lipford using a wet saw to cut tile.

If you’re planning on installing a ceramic tile floor or brick patio, renting a wet saw to cut the material can make the project go faster and look more professional. Wet saws employ a specially designed blade to cut through the tile or brick, with water circulated over the blade by a pump to reduce dust and cool down the blade.

Wet saws can be rented from home improvement or rental stores for around $55 to $60 per day. Watch this video to find out more.

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