Hi,1st,post in here.
I have a couple of old oak barrels that have been outside in all elements,
rather than throow them aside, I want to cut holes in the sides and use them
as Strawberry/Herb planters; I used a Hole saw to cut through a couple of
holes and unfortunately, these have been blunted very quickly, I wondered if
there is a specific bit that would cut through without blunting as quickly
as these did?
There are hole saws, and there are hole saw. Are you using Vermont American
The first is crap, the second it a professional grade tool.
How large of a hole? Are there any bits of sand or grit on the wood? They
will destroy a blade.
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