Viewing post #1116652 by RickCorey
|>> I do have a bag of soda bottles but the bottoms are so hard afraid I'll drill my fingers while drilling holes in them
If you have a soldering iron or a craft "burning tool", you can melt holes in soda bottles or 5-gallon plastic buckets.
Or, if you have a gas stove, you can heat a big nail or spike until it's red-hot, then hold it with pliers to melt holes or slots.
The 1/4" spade bit at the bottom of this photo is my favorite drill for plastic. I wish I had that shape in larger sizes! I've searched, but have not found one.
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