Did a little renovation and I am re-using the pressed wood siding that I
temporarily took off.
I imagine that just about anything...wood putty, vinyl spackle would work
to fill the holes before repainting. Any concerns? Preferences?
Thanks in advance!
After talking with more than one or two automotive paint and body guys
about body fillers, I understood that Bondo is porous and will let
water or moisture penetrate.
(Remove the Primes before e-mailing me)
I tried a lot of different things to fill the holes the nice woodpeckers
put in my cedar siding...nothing worked very well until my nephew
brought me a can of Minwax High Performance Wood Filler. Be sure it says
High Performance because Minwax makes a lot of different wood fillers.
You have to mix it like an epoxy (2 step) and use fast. But it works
wonderfully and I am happy not to be making any more trips up the ladder.
You can get it at Home Depot and probably everywhere else.
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