How to Easily Drill a Hole in Ceramic Tilecomments (9) June 20th, 2014 in Blogs
Video Length: 1:13
Produced by: John Ross and Kevin Ireton
If you need to drill a hole in ceramic tile, you could chuck a masonry bit in your cordless drill and watch as the tip of the bit skates around on the glazed surface, ruining the tile, but there's a better way.
Kevin Ireton is editor-at-large and a good friend and former colleague of Chuck Miller's. Keep your eye out for more of his Better Way videos in the near future.
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