drilling holes in tile


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Old 09-19-02, 06:39 PM
Berry Mutton
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drilling holes in tile

Hello;
I need to drill through tiles to mount a glass screen in a shower stall and at the end of a tub surround. One tile is regular ceramic 1/4" ( or less) and the other is 3/8" porcelain. What sort of bit do I use? Do I use the hammer or the drill option on my drill? And how do you stop the bit skewing sideways off the point where you want the hole to be?

Help, and thanks

Berry
 
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Old 09-20-02, 07:01 PM
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Hi
You'll want a masonary bit, or carbide bit. The hammer drill works great on the porcelaine.
Drill a hole in a peice of wood, and then duct tape it over the spot you want to drill. Put the drill in the hole, and it stops it from moving around.
 
 

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