Do you want to install subway tile? The brown subway tile is the rectangular shaped tiles that can be made of any material, including glass. While the normal size of a subway tile has the length of twice the size of its height, the new designs allow these tiles to have lengths three to four times their width, and the glass subway tiles are not an exception. These long, thin tiles are normally installed in a sliding pattern, which means that the final tiles need to be cut at least every two rows to size. Cut these rectangular glass tiles consisting of using precision cutting tools.
Light the glass meter tile over and use a ruler pencil and grease to mark where the cut will be made. Always mark and cut glass tiles on the back to prevent splintering or damage to the front of the brown subway tile, where it will be visible after installation.
Change the blade of the wet brown subway tile saw to a crystal diamond tile disc. Normal tile cutting tools skips the glass. The additional diamonds on a tile cutter glass sheet will help minimize the damage. Turn the saw on and place the glass back of the subway tile up on the table. Align your pencil mark with the blade and push the tile into the blade with your fingers on each side, away from the blade.