08:45AM | 09/10/06
Member Since: 09/09/06
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Is it possible to drill an additional hole in a cast sink to accommodate a new spray device and how is it done?


10:36AM | 09/10/06
Member Since: 01/24/06
1626 lifetime posts
I would not try it because it may damage the enamel finish.

Have you looked into faucets with the pull out spray?


05:10PM | 09/10/06
Member Since: 09/06/06
11 lifetime posts

Can this be done, Yes sir.

The question is do you have the tools and skill level to accomplish this?

First you need a hole saw for the size required, this drill bit with the arbor costs about $50.00 maybe more and extra pilot bits, couple bucks each.

Next you need a variable speed mag drill, low speed and feed rate required here, you can try this with a half inch drive right angle, if you are steady enough and possess exceptional dexterity.

Either tool can be rented for aprox $60.00 for half day, mag drill a little more. They might even rent you the arbor but you will have to purchase the bits, a one inch hole saw about $15 plus the pilot bits.

Three to four hours labor.

More if sink needs to removed from counter and re-installed.



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