The mitred edge is one of the three main options involved in tiling external corners during your bathroom renovation.The below video is a description and presentation of what a tiled mitred edge is.
The video above was filmed during a bathroom renovation in Churchlands and uses a porcelain vitrified tile which is by far the hardest tile to mitre. Not long ago doing mitres would be an expensive process as it is a very time-consuming process but in 2017 you should never charge for mitres its just part of doing a great job that should be expected by all tradesman.
The other common option alternative to mitres is trim which has its pros and cons. The biggest con of a tiled mitred edge is by removing the biscuit you make the point brittle and exposed to a higher chance to break.
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