There are some glazed tiles in my kitchen, which I assume are fastened directly onto the concrete wall behind them. At any rate measuring the distance from the window to the wall outside is roughly the same as to the wall inside.
Judging from an answer to a different question, I may get away with using double sided tape for the knife bar, but I think that I'll have to drill holes for the rail.
From what I understand, I will have to use a glass bit to drill through the tile, but I am worried that once this touches concrete on the other side of the tile it will break? And will I have to then use a hammer drill to drill further into the concrete? Will the vibrations from such a drill make it easy to crack the tile, even if I successfully drill through it with a different bit first?
Or may I get away with using some adhesive like liquid nails or an epoxy glue, since I don't care about being able to remove the rail later on?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!