OK, so it's only vaguely on topic, but you guys have a wealth of expertise that's too good to pass up.
I have a couple of large (2.5' diameter) stumps to get rid of. I'm not in a big rush, and I have some "stump rot" chemicals to speed up the decay process. The trees were maples, and they were cut down about 2 years ago. I need to bore some large holes moderately deep into the stump to pour the chemicals into. I figure 1" holes about 8" deep should be good.
Any idea what would be the best sort of bit for this? Some sort of auger to get the chips out? I've only got a 3/8" electric drill, and I'm not sure that has the oomph required for an auger. The alternatives are a brace & bit, or a trip to the tool rental shop.
Thanks for any suggestions.