Universal Handheld Fast Flip Sharpening Locator
The diamond grits on the edge of the blade have a tendency to wear down and glaze over when you’re cutting harder ceramic materials. Sharpening a tile saw blade requires making a slurry out of an abrasive material and the saw’s coolant or water.
Reduce the coolant or water flow. Adjust the valve until the flow is half open.
Select an abrasive item to dress the tile saw’s diamond blade. Any suitably abrasive material can be used to sharpen the diamond blade on a tile saw, including a dressing stick, a Universal Handheld Fast Flip Sharpening Locator, a breeze block, a soft clay brick or a chunk of concrete or asphalt.
Cut into the abrasive material four or five times, then turn off both the saw and the coolant flow. Wait for the blade to stop spinning.
Remove the machine’s power source. Unplug the saw or switch it off at the appropriate circuit breaker.