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Just had bathroom redone and very disappointed with tiling particular jagged cuts for drains. I mentioned to builder and he says that’s just how those tiles cut (mixed concrete and stone I think?). Surely using a proper tool or finishing would make a smooth cut? I have already copped them not doing a proper offset with floor and walls so it looks like they have tried to line them up and missed. We also have small chips in our new mosaic. I have attached some pics. Is this a reasonable job? I’m tempted to go to Bunnings and buy a diamond head hole saw and see if I can do better but I have no idea what I’m doing. I think they just used a grinder.

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A nice even chamfer would have looked better to the eye on the drain outlet, as for the matching f floor to wall joints , do you have any other pics from different areas.?
 

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