Have a few screw 1/4" dia. approx. screw holes (screws long gone) in my
What's a good product to fill them up with?
I remember small tubes of "Plastic Wood"
Would this be the stuff to use, or is there something better now ?
Would have to be available in small tubes, as I onle a few holes to fill in.
Durham's Water Putty is good,too. You mix the powder with water,so there's
no drying out during long-term storage.
it dries rock hard,is drillable,,doesn't take a stain unless you mix it in
with the water.
Note,if you make it a slurry,it's very moldable,takes all the detain of the
Window putty is fine if you give it a chance to skin over before
painting. Obviously, it is formulated for outdoor use.
If you need something more robust, Bondo works but it may be too
inconvenient for you.
Is the siding painted or stained? If painted, I'd just use outdoor-rated
painter's caulk. Squeeze it in, then razor it off smooth after it dries.
If stained, use a dowel to plug, in a wood that will take stain and come
up the same color.
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