Originally Posted by postal_penguin
The outside of the fridge is typically steel, inside is some type of insulation and plastic. I got a bi-metal hole saw and it cut right through. Just look on the package and make sure it says its OK to cut metal.
You're the man. I just wasn't sure if I needed a carbon bit to get through any type of metal.
That said, is there any special technique I need to use when drilling with a hole bit? Scoring the hole or something? I've never done it before, and want it to be as clean as possible. Thanks a lot!!