A: Answer: no do not bend the edging. The tile buts up to the edging leaving a 1/6 grout joint.
A: I used a hacksaw with very fine toothed blade, came out nice
A: We used a small saw that cuts metal.
A: A metal hacksaw blade worked fine. I put the trim in a miter box for angled cuts. I filed the edges after the cut to make it smooth.
A: I did this quite a while ago. I had to cut 45% angles and straight cuts. I used an Xacto aluminum miter box with an Xacto metal saw that was part of the kit. A tin snip can help cut the thin flat part if needed. A fine file can be used to smooth the cut edges if needed.
A: It can be easily cut with a carbide blade circular saw.
A: I cut it with a saw-zall, metal blade. The corners bent a bit, so i straighten them out with pliers. If you have a chop saw or a 4" angle grinder with an abrasive saw, you can use that too to make a nicer smooth cut, but the sawzall worked for me.
A: A saw that cuts metal
A: We only used this around the window in our kitchen. It is grouted long the edge next to the tile so you should be okay. Looks nice with our glass tile.
|Brand||Schluter Systems||Schluter Systems||Schluter Systems||Schluter Systems|
|Name||Rondec Brushed Antique Bronze Anodized Aluminum 3/8 in. x 8 ft. 2-1/2 in. Metal Bullnose Tile Edging Trim||Reno-U Brushed Antique Bronze Anodized Aluminum 1/2 in. x 8 ft. 2-1/2 in. Metal Reducer Tile Edging Trim||Rondec-CT Brushed Nickel Anodized Aluminum 5/16 in. x 8 ft. 2-1/2 in. Metal Double-Rail Bullnose Tile Edging Trim||Rondec-Step Brushed Antique Bronze Anodized Aluminum 1/2 in. x 8 ft. 2-1/2 in. Metal Tile Edging Trim|
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