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7-Piece DeWALT Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set EXPIRED

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Ace Hardware has 7-Piece DeWALT Rapid Load Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set (DW5207) on sale for $9.99 - $3 for Ace Rewards Members (free to join) = $6.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks overwatch22

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DeWalt Rapid Load Carbide Masonry Drill Bit Set 7 pc.

$9.99 - $3.00 = $6.99 (Free Store or Curbside Pickup)

Extra $3.00 off for Ace Rewards members ends 08/31/20 (Limit 4) *membership is free

Power through masonry, concrete, rock and more with Dewalt hammer drill bits. Featuring rock carbide tips that maximize surface contact for extended bit life and a 4-flute design that cleans debris while you work. 3 flats on the shank eliminate bit slippage.
  • What's Included: (1) 3/16 in. x 3 in., (2) 1/4 in. x 4 in., (1) 1/4 in. x 6 in., (1) 5/16 in. x 6 in., (1) 3/8 in. x 6 in. and (1) 1/2 in. x 6 in. drills
  • 2 cutter carbide tip maximizes carbide surface contact for longer bit life
  • Four flute design cleans debris out for fast, efficient drilling
  • Carbide tip provides up to 2X longer life
  • Made in Germany
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Porcelain. I figured from your first reply that carbide tipped probably won't work and I would need diamond tipped drill bits. Thanks for your reply.
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can you use these with a regular drill?
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In for 1, thanks!
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can you use these with a regular drill?
Yes, any standard drill should be able to use these. However, for time efficiency, it's best to use a hammer drill, which is just a drill that spins the bit and also has a hammering action (like if you combined a small jackhammer with a drill).
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Anyone know what kind of screws I can use after I drill into the concrete? I just need a screw in the concrete so I can hang stuff, thanks in advance
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When you are working with brick, concrete or any masonry, please wear N95 grade masks as these stones have silica in them that can be harmful to your lungs. Don't take this lightly. It will screw up your lungs big time.
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doh, how can I determine what material is from a bird/bath fountain in my backyard? What are popular material in general (porcelain, ceramic, other material)?
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can you use these with a regular drill?
Yes but it will take much much longer and will be harder on you. Might burn out the drill too
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Anyone know what kind of screws I can use after I drill into the concrete? I just need a screw in the concrete so I can hang stuff, thanks in advance
Get some anchors for masonry or wood/drywall then screw into the anchors
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These are OK. I used the 3/16 to drill into brick to hang a mailbox and by the end of the second hole the tip of the but broke off
Used a hammer drill too
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How are these vs harbor freight one. I can't seem to drill a simple hole in my wall to run n electric wire through. It's like a week project. a hammer drill didn't help either and the drill just stay in one place after an inch.
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Anyone know what kind of screws I can use after I drill into the concrete? I just need a screw in the concrete so I can hang stuff, thanks in advance
Probably just as long as it has that plastic piece that goes in first so that it expands into the hole as you insert a screw.
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When you are working with brick, concrete or any masonry, please wear N95 grade masks as these stones have silica in them that can be harmful to your lungs. Don't take this lightly. It will screw up your lungs big time.
Now to find N95 masks without breaking the buck.... 😟
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This wouldn't work for a porcelain tile, would it?
I've had the best luck with glass drill bits with natural stone and porcelain.
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Anyone know what kind of screws I can use after I drill into the concrete? I just need a screw in the concrete so I can hang stuff, thanks in advance
You may want to consider using Tapcon concrete screws. No separate anchors are needed/used. Your nearest Home Improvement Center or decent hardware store carry them in different diameters and lengths. You need to be careful to use a drill bit size (listed on the Tapcon package) that matches the size of the Tapcon. Another tip is to get a Sharpie and mark the drill bit shaft the same distance (depth) that you need to drill the hole so you know when to stop drilling. If you have a can of compressed air with a nozzle straw, use it to blow out any debris/dust in the hole before screwing in the Tapcon. If it's old/hard concrete you made need to lubricate the Tapcon with some neutral lubricant (wax, Ivory bar soap, etc.).
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