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Posted: I would also recommend using PVA on the wick directing underneath where you are drilling. This will make it easier to drill and less likely to start fraying around the washer (which is unlikely anyway, but dangerous if left too long).
Essentially, you are just hardening the outside point-of-contact of the wick...
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