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Diamond Grit Porcelain Tile File

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The Diamond Grit Tile File features a fine diamond coating that will smooth edges of all types of tile after it is cut. It works on ceramic, porcelain, glass and stone. The combination flat/round design smoothies straight edges and can also smooth internal and external curves. The user will also be pleased with the molded comfortable handle.
  • In addition to working on all types of tile, it also smoothes other substrates including fiberglass, laminate flooring, cement board and carbon fiber
  • High quality diamond bond strength maintains a tough grit surface for working with the hardest materials
  • Unique molded handle was created for comfort and durability
  • High quality diamond grit coating is long-lasting and will not chip

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
1.25 in
Assembled Height (in.)
10 in
Assembled Width (in.)
1.25 in
File/rasp length (in.)
5

Details

File Tooth Coarseness
Other
File Type
Diamond
Hand Tool Type
Individual File/Rasp
Handle Material
Rubber
Individual/Set
Individual
Number of Pieces
1
Returnable
180-Day
Tapered
No
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
To be free from manufacturing defects

Questions & Answers

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Can this sharpen drill bits ?

Asked by Bdave July 5, 2020
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No this file is for floor tile work

Does it work on a gunite in-ground pool? Need to remove excess plaster after re-plastering pool t...

Asked by ReplasteredIngroundPool October 18, 2019
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Yes. This Diamond grit file will file gunite.. It is a very fine grit so you can first file with a coarse metal or wood file and then smooth it out with this file.

Will this file sharpen a ceramic knife?

Asked by Td June 7, 2019
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Thank you for your inquiry. The Diamond Grit Tile File features a fine diamond coating that will smooth edges of all types of tile after it is cut. It works on ceramic, porcelain, glass and stone as a file and not recommended as a sharpener for knives.

Can thiis product grind down edges of tungsten carbine?

Asked by Okfor December 29, 2018
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Good day, This product has a high quality diamond bond that maintains a surface to work with the hardest materials including ceramic, porcelain, glass and stone. It should also work on the edges of tungsten carbide. Thank you for choosing QEP. Customer Service

Can I use this file to take off about 1/8 inch on 5" square ceramic tile?

Asked by Jan September 24, 2018
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It can but will take some time

Is it possible to file half an inch off of a procelain tile with this? Thanks!

Asked by CABargainhunter May 24, 2017
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No way , it's good for small imperfections, easing over the cut edge, straighting out wavy cuts etc

Are both sides of the file usable? There is a curved side and a flat side?

Asked by Toni May 3, 2017
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Both sides are usable depending on the type of project. I love the curved of it as I was able to control areas where if needed more than others

Do you need to wet the file when used?

Asked by ira December 8, 2016
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Up to you. It seems to work a little bit better when wet. It also helps to wash away dust (which comes out right away) every now and then.

Is this file 600 grit?

Asked by Miller August 15, 2016
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This is not a sand paper. Is more like a diamond surface which can give you better results and you sand off rough edges from a Tile.

How long is the file?

Asked by Steve November 26, 2015
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About 8"

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File has very comfortable handle that does not get slippery if wet. File abrasive works well on e...
File has very comfortable handle that does not get slippery if wet. File abrasive works well on edges and filing down corners inside tight cuts. Recommend having some water nearby to rinse as you use so abrasive surface does not load up with material by rinsing.
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Wish I had known about this one. I put in a glass back-splash in the kitchen and my first time do...
Wish I had known about this one. I put in a glass back-splash in the kitchen and my first time doing tiling. I had been using a smoothing stone but it was laborious and took longer to get the edges safe to touch. A smoothing stone is stone like a grinder. This tool has diamond dust and was faster and light. Love it.
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I have two, using in plastic laminated cabinet maker. EXCELLENT!...
I have two, using in plastic laminated cabinet maker. EXCELLENT!
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Very handy little file which you can use on many applications
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I used it on glass tile and it done a...
I used it on glass tile and it done a fabulous job.
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I had to make a hole on a granite countertop bigger. Approx 1/16" around. Granite was about 2inches thick. The file did exactly what I needed! I was able to complete the job.
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