Will a hole saw cut through ceramic tile?
ceramic-tile hole saw (from about $10 for individual bits to about $50 for kits). It has carbide grit embedded in the rim that allows it to cut into vitreous tile. The 1-1/4 in. size will work for most applications, but measure your valves to make sure.
Can you drill a hole in ceramic?
It’s possible to drill a hole in a ceramic pot with a regular drill bit. However, using a regular bit on unglazed ceramic is much easier. Glazed ceramic, which is what most store-bought pots are, will make it hard for the bit to “grab on” to the pot to start drilling the hole.
Can I use masonry drill bit on tiles?
A carbide-tipped masonry bit is the best drill bit to use for bathroom ceramic tile. Regular twist-drill bits can’t cut through the fire-hardened glaze.
Can I use a regular hole saw on tile?
Holes smaller than about a half inch (12 mm) can be drilled in tile using a regular masonry bit. These bits are typically carbide-tipped and can handle ceramic and stone tiles.