Ok so do you think it's worth drilling I have no reason not to except only knowing if the glass is tempered by the manufacturer saying "the sides are more than likely not tempered, check with polarized glasses" or should I just play it safe and get a hob
u tube overflow?
If you were in my position and have an opportunity to drill, let's say I know for a fact the sides are not tempered. Would I be a year from now cursing my hob
overflow And wishing I would have drilled because the hob
is too loud or floods, or has to be maintained all the time? Or would it be like I love my hob
overflow why would anyone drill when these things work so great.
Part of me says drill baby drill, another says is it worth the risk (breaking the glass)and larger potential for mistakes( putting hole in wrong place or not the right size hole )