11:27AM | 02/01/02
Member Since: 01/31/02
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I need to cut through the tile tub-surround in my bathroom so I can get the tub out and install another one. Any suggestions on this process (other than don't do it!) The tile is in good shape so I don't want to remove it all. The tub is old cast iron and has a very little flange around the top edge, so if I can remove 1-2" of tile it should be enough to expose the top edge of the tub. The tile is set on a mortor bed. I was thinking maybe a dremel tool? crazy idea?


12:12AM | 02/03/02
Member Since: 11/16/01
301 lifetime posts
Dear Marty,
I've used the roto-zip tool many times for this purpose. The proper bit cuts right through wall tile and mortar board. However, ascertain that the wall tile is indeed not floor tile. I ruined 4 $9.00 bits finding that out before I read the package.


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