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QEP 1/4 in. Diamond Hole Saw
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QEP

1/4 in. Diamond Hole Saw

$11.97 /each

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Use the QEP 1/4 in. Diamond Hole Saw Kit when installing bathroom fixtures on marble, granite, ceramic and porcelain tiles. Besides the drill bit, the kit contains a guide, adhesive pads and a water-cooling system. Ideal for cutting 1/4 in. holes when installing towel bars, soap dishes, shelves, cabinets and shower door frames.

  • Diamond grit edge drills through ceramic, glass, marble, porcelain and granite
  • Kit includes 6 adhesive pads, water-cooling system and drill bit
  • Drill guide and water-delivery system included (use wet only)
  • Additional mounting tape available as model number 1567
  • For porcelain and other tiles

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Would the Brutis diamond drill bit cut through a porcelan plate? I have tried to make flowers out of plates. a regular tile and blas drill bit lasts

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July 9, 2016
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There should be no reason it could not ... however, you will need the plate to be vertical so the water container will stay above the drill bit
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I bet it would.
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1/4 in. Diamond Hole Saw is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 63.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It pretty much works like it says. The first few holes were pretty smooth. It seemed to get tou... It pretty much works like it says. The first few holes were pretty smooth. It seemed to get tougher as each hole was done. I was putting in a shower frame and I have to drill 4 holes on each jam. The part I did not like was after several holes I noticed that the shavings that come of during the drilling and fall into the little water reservoir stopped coming out. The drill was drilling much harder as well. I looked at the bit and all the debris was packing into the core of the bit. Once I got a small punch and cleared the drill bit core, it worked a lot better. Keep the core clean or it really slows down and packs in harder.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Made 1/4" sized holes in the tile that I had around my shower. Turned into a two person job with... Made 1/4" sized holes in the tile that I had around my shower. Turned into a two person job with my wife refilling the water station while I held the drill in place. More messy than I had expected but what can you do when you HAVE to have a shower curtain in that exact spot. Great value and worked well, overall. Oh, the double sided sticky tape that is supposed to make a seal...doesn't, especially after it gets wet. Don't hesitate to use this drill bit, just be aware of the easily cleaned up mess afterward.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Somewhat worked It did work well to get the bit started in the correct spots With out bit drifting around. But after awhile the sticky pieces would come loose from the tile or from the sticky tape. It then spun the whole thing dumping the water. So I used it at first then switched to spray bottle.
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from They wear down way too fast. I had several holes to drill but was forced to buy three more bits. ... They wear down way too fast. I had several holes to drill but was forced to buy three more bits. They will drill two holes max before wearing down. Way too expensive to buy just to make a couple of holes. Not many options out there...
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Didn't stick Did not work at all on my porcelain tiles. The sticky pads wouldnt adhere to the wall and slid off after the first second of using with the drill. Caused scratches on one of the tiles.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The watering system is a great thought but you make... The watering system is a great thought but you make the same mess with a squirt bottle. The diamonds on the bit a thin so the life of the bit isn't worth the money.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WE DRILLED MULTIPLE HOLES IN THE TILE AND IT STARTED EASY AND DID NOT BREAK THE TILES. IT WORKED... WE DRILLED MULTIPLE HOLES IN THE TILE AND IT STARTED EASY AND DID NOT BREAK THE TILES. IT WORKED EASIER WITH JUST A SQUIRT BOTTLE OF WATER TO LUBRICATE THE BIT.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Didnt last I was using the bit to drill through 1 in quartz. He was imersed in water the entire time. It made it halfway and then the diamond ring broke off
Date published: 2016-09-27
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