Installing a towel bar or toilet-paper holder often requires drilling through glazed ceramic tile, which is no easy task. Use a carbide-tipped masonry bit; regular twist-drill bits can't cut through the fire-hardened glaze. You'll also need to keep the bit from slipping off the glossy surface.
Your tiled wall is finished and ready for accents, but mounting those requires drilling through the tile. Before you break into that smooth surface, you need to .
Once a drill bit penetrates the thin glass coating, it usually drills rapidly through the inner core of regular ceramic tile. The inner core of these tiles is fairly soft.
Installing new towel racks or shelves sometimes requires putting screws through ceramic tile. Unlike with drywall, you can't just drill the screw straight in because .
Drilling Through Ceramic Tile
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