Carbide Brazed

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How do I safely remove the edge tile from a backsplash without damaging other tiles?

We recently had a granite tile backsplash installed (4 X 4 tiles) and it does not match up (counter was cut too long) with the edge of the new countertop (which was installed after the backsplash). Therefore, I need to remove the granite edging (pencil piece) without damaging the tiles next to it so we can add tiles. Any ideas?? Thanks.

if you have grout between the tiles you can use a grout file, which looks like a small butter knife with carbide brazed on the blade. then use a stiff blade putty knife to remove the edge tile. you probably will break the edge tiles during the process. take your time to avoid scarring the field tiles.

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