Disclaimer. Using rotary tools near water has never been, to the best of our knowledge, endorsed by any of the rotary tool manufacturers. If you do choose to drill near water or with attachments under water connected to your drill then you do so at your own risk. Please be aware that mixing electricity and water can be very dangerous.
Helpful note: we mention in the above infographic to use a half round diamond file. A flat shaped, 600 fine grit one will also suffice.
How to Drill Holes in Glass Bottles
No more throwing away of your empties, save them up and turn them into something wonderful.
We should all be doing our bit to recycle these days and if you can turn your empty wine and beer bottles into a creative lamp or a pair of earrings why wouldn't you?
It's really easy to transform your favourite tipple of Merlot into a wind chime or a lantern once you've drunk it, so give it a clean, kit yourself out with a diamond core drill, a hand drill and get busy! If you are using a regular household drill you can use one of our regular Diamond Core Drills. If you are using a hand held rotary tool such as a Dremel you can use a Bottle Neck Diamond Core Drill.
If you need to cut a glass bottle in half then follow our easy step-by-step tutorial here.
If you'd like to see further ideas and inspiration you might like to have a look at this article '5 Ways to Recycle Glass Bottles' and if that's still not enough then head on over to our Pinterest Board dedicated to all things weird and wonderful that you can make with your glass bottles.
Bottle Neck Diamond Core Drills with a 2.35mm shank.