spout hole

spout hole

[′spau̇t ‚hōl]
(vertebrate zoology)
A blowhole of a cetacean mammal.
A nostril of a walrus or seal.
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The easiest way to clear the spout hole is to blow out any dirt with an air hose.
About the only tools you'll need are a jigsaw for cutting in the spout hole (Photo 10), a maul for pounding in the support stakes (Photo 5) and a hacksaw for cutting the bamboo to length (Photo 3).
pilot hole and cut out the spout hole with a jigsaw fitted with a fine-tooth blade.
Then cut the faucet and spout holes with hole saws or a jigsaw (Photo 9).
A minimum size could be imposed for spout holes so that anyone who accidentally swallowed a sports cap would still be able to breathe.