During a tiling project, I discovered too late that two of my previously cut tiles were too wide. The ideal tool to trim the tiles would have been a wet diamond saw. I did rent such a saw previously, but made all the cuts in one day, because the daily rental was $31. I didn’t want to rent the saw again for basically one minute of use. I thought about doing scribe-and-break with, say, a glass cutter, but had doubts about whether that would work for removing a thin strip from the side of a small piece. So here’s what I did with the tools at hand.