I am re-tiling my bathroom floor. I have tiled floors before and was always able to cut what I needed with hand tools or simple power tools. The tiles my wife picked for the bathroom seem to be made of adamantinium-- I can barely score the suckers, let alone cut them. I will either have to bring them to the hardware store to be cut, or rent a wet saw for a day. What do you recommend? BTW, we're talking about 14 cuts, some of them curved.
You might ask the hardware store what's cheaper. If it's only 14, it might be cheaper, but that curved cut could complicate things. There's also the fact that if you're no expert (and even if you are), some will break and you'll need more cuts.
Since the tiles were bought at Lloyd's hardware store, they cut them all for free. They couldn't do the curved cuts, but I can deal with that, since most of those cuts will be hidden under plumbing or cabinetry.