What can I use to cover screws on wood?
Filling Screw Holes with Wood Glue. Put a little wood glue in the screw hole. Using wood glue is an inexpensive and easy method for hiding screws in wood. This technique is especially effective for projects that can be positioned horizontally during the drying period.
Can you cover screws with wood filler?
Screws can ruin the look of a wood project. In general, there are several different ways to cover screw holes in wood. If you plan to paint the wood, you can cover them with wood filler. In total, three processes are covered that will allow you to discreetly cover a screw hole in just about any wooden surface.
What is the best wood filler for screw holes?
Here are a few highly recommended wood fillers that are best used for screw holes:
- Abatron WoodEpox Replacement Compound.
- Minwax 12-ounce High-Performance Wood Filler.
- Elmer’s Carpenter’s Wood Filler Tube.
- FamoWood Latex Wood Filler.
- J-B Weld Wood Epoxy Adhesive.
- 3M Bondo Home Solutions Wood Filler.
What to do about protruding screws?
I would unscrew the protruding screws one by one from behind. If the panels are glued in place, you’re done. If not, cut the tip off each protruding screw and reinsert it before moving on to the next screw. If necessary, fill the tiny hole.