Drilling Holes In Your Ceiling

Remodeling an old house is a great recycling idea, but does involve a good many unusual and dirty jobs, such as boring holes in the ceiling for additional wiring, pipes, etc. You can make that particular task a lot more pleasant by rolling up a stiff cardboard funnel and fastening it to the drill bit with a wire guide at the dirt catcher's top and a rubber band at its bottom. It's a simple idea, but just the ticket for keeping plaster, dust, and debris out of your eyes and hair.


By fossil1955 from Cortez, CO


November 16, 20100 found this helpful

We definitely need to try this, if we ever need to do any "above-the-head" drilling. Wonder if this would work for paint brushes? Hmm...

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