Filling nail holes in trim molding with white wood filler - Sawdust Girl®
My husband installed wainscotting in all 3 bedrooms, in a pattern he designed to tie in with the doors and trim work. We used sheets of mdf and cut them to the width we needed. Then used carpenters glue and finishing nails to install them. We spent a few hours filling holes and sanding, he used caulking to finish off the seams and we were finally ready for paint! We even had a helper for the sanding!
When it comes to staining DIY furniture, store bought wood fillers don't match! This tutorial shows how to make a DIY wood filler perfect for filling nail holes, cracks or gaps in wood. It only requires two ingredients, and best of all, it will match your
Fill Nail Holes With Homemade Spackle: If your walls are pockmarked with nail holes, instead of tossing down money on spackle, make this smart concoction instead. Equal parts of cornstarch, water, and salt.