Cut Grey Granite Countertops


Grey granite countertops – Granite is the hardest natural material can be chosen to your desk, so you expect cutting it harder to cut other materials. While that is true to some extent, the process and the tools used to cut granite are no more sophisticated than those used for cutting other hard materials. You can use a circular saw blade polished diamond tip, but you have more control, and you can cut corners with an angle grinder. Lubricating the cutting water keeps the dust down, protects the blade and prevents cracking stone.

Cut grey granite countertops, set the granite that you are cut on a stable surface with the shiny side up. Lay painter along the approximate path of the line or cutting lines. If you are also cutting a hole for undercounted sink, place the tape around the perimeter of the sink. Measure and mark the cutting line on the paints tape with a pencil and tape measure. Equipping a heavy-duty angle grinder with a cutting blade concrete and brick diamond tipped April 1/2-inch.

Squeeze water from the sponge in the cut and start cutting with angle grinder. Water Squeeze liberally in granite as the second pass is made. If the tape begins to pile up or peel, you can remove it. Cut half of the grey granite countertops in this step. Cut all the way through the counter on the third pass.  Lift the cutting out away from the counter when the cut ends.

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