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In a perfect DIY world, tile renovation projects would go a lot smoother if all the tiles were cut to the right sizes. However, in many cases, you may need to cut your tiles to fit properly. Luckily, there is a fairly cheap and easy solution that should work for most tiling jobs - the snap tile cutter.
A tile cutter (sometimes referred to as a tile snap cutter) is a tool used for cutting tiles to the proper size. The cutter consists of a carbide wheel that moves along the surface of the tile, scoring it and creating a groove in a straight line. The tile is then snapped off at the groove, either by hand or with a tool.
A tile cutter is a great tool for the right job. But they do have their limitations, which you should consider before starting your next project: