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I ended up using diamond hole drill bits like the ones shown in Hightower's answer. Not sure why it was so difficult but I've read that tiles have varying degrees of hardness. The diamond bit cut much faster than the pointed glass/tile bit.


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Just finished removing tile and thin set from a small (5'x5') bathroom floor an hour ago. I use a wide cold chisel and hammer to remove the tile. I found it was much more productive to cut through the grout lines first with an angle grinder and diamond blade. You could use a circ. saw but I didn't have one on hand. I used my shop vac to collect the dust ...


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I will assume you do not have additional matching tile. Take a small sample of existing tile and head to the nearest drug store I.e walgreens or cvs. Purchase nail polish that matches the tile color. Nail polish is hard when dry and it covers nicely. I have done this many times for clients and they were very satisfied with the results.


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Patch it with porcelain crack repair. For color match and if it's not in a high traffic area believe it or not I've had a lot of success using crayon: Lots of color choices, it's not perminant so you can try different colors until something works.if you work it into the repair well enough it will stay better than I expected. I did this over a year ago in ...



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