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I recently acquired these Gainey planters, beautiful but not glazed. I want to use them on my patio, but to do so they really need to have drainage holes in the bottoms. They are both in very good condition, and I hate to damage them or alter from their current state, but to be useful I really need to drill the holes. Any comments, or anyone want to talk me out of it?
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