We just recently purchase (5) nine foot slabs on granite for our kitchen and two bath vanity tops. The slabs are all bullnosed! We got the two bathroom vanities in without incident because they didn't require cutting any of the bullnose at any angle. But we are at a stand still on the kitchen tops. The counter where we are working now is L shaped and will require cutting through the bullnose at an approximate 45 degree angle. We have been using a wet saw for most of our cuts. Can anyone help us with any hints on this subject? We would appreciate any help you can give us!
Thanks in advance for your response