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    mepcards's Avatar
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    Drilling holes in stairs

    Does anyone have pictures when they drilled add'l
    holes in their wedding cake stairs? What size drill bit? Can there be too many holes? Just curious, for I too want to drill more holes for circulation..
    24x16 doughboy Summerville..22" Waterway "sand" 1.5 HP 2sp motor..Misty Falls liner, and wedding cake stairs..

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    Re: Drilling holes in stairs

    Red are original holes. Yellow new holes I drilled. Plan to add more this year.

    {edit} Holes are 1 1/2" spade/paddle bits. Don't want a chance of anyone little getting hand caught in holes.

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    Re: Drilling holes in stairs

    Excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Illl be drilling this weekend
    24x16 doughboy Summerville..22" Waterway "sand" 1.5 HP 2sp motor..Misty Falls liner, and wedding cake stairs..

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