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Default Re: Harbor Freight 10" Tile Saw

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I would be careful as to how much of the splash that go's to the floor (fireclay) that I would rinse down my drain. That fireclay will set up like a brick. It might settle in a trap or lay in a low spot some where in your line.
I agree 110%. The water tray is hard enough to get clean... Pipes would be a disaster!
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Default Re: Harbor Freight 10" Tile Saw

I know it's an old post but FYI, I just found this saw on sale again for $200 in the monthly add. they send. The online price shows a sale price of $260 so I guess you need the coupon. I'll be buying one tonight.
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