Oct 10, 2018

[Answer] Deciding that I'd be rather good at DIY, I then bought a 'Carpenters' drill. The fine print was a bit of a 'mouthful', but what did it tell me, that sadly meant the drill didn't have the dual purpose I thought it would?

Step 1 : Introduction to the question "Deciding that I'd be rather good at DIY, I then bought a 'Carpenters' drill. The fine print was a bit of a 'mouthful', but what did it tell me, that sadly meant the drill didn't have the dual purpose I thought it would?"



...We all dislike visiting the dentist, but here is the proof that the dentist does indeed have the monopoly on all drilling of teeth. Sorry. For clarification, a 'Carpenter's' Drill is "An implement with cutting edges, or a pointed end, for boring holes in hard materials, usually by a rotating abrasion or repeated blow". I'll be honest, it DOES sound frighteningly similar to going to the dentist. Maybe they have a good point.




Step 2 : Answer to the question "Deciding that I'd be rather good at DIY, I then bought a 'Carpenters' drill. The fine print was a bit of a 'mouthful', but what did it tell me, that sadly meant the drill didn't have the dual purpose I thought it would?"



"This product not intended for use as a dental drill":


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