I'm redecorating an internal door, and want to replace the brass hinges with
some satin nickel finished ones. The holes in the new hinges are offset to
the original holes in the door and frame; is there anything I can fill the
holes with that is robust enough to allow me to then drill new holes?
I just fill the holes with match-sticks, breaking them at an angle so
that the hole can be totally filled and hammering the last one or two in.
I suppose that, if you were worried, you could put some pva adhesive on
them first - but I haven't found it necessary.
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