use to cover screw holes in composite wood

Using composite deck screws is critical because they are specially designed to help hold the material in place. Though common wood screws might seem like they would work as well they tend to “mushroom” or bore out the holes rather than set into the material. 【Get Price】

For plastic or composite decking use an epoxy filler to fill screw holes. Mix the epoxy with thinner and use a syringe to fill the holes. Allow the epoxy to dry then sand it so that it is flush with the deck. Wear a mask while sanding because the epoxy dust is dangerous to breathe in. 【Get Price】

Screws are a much better option. But what's done is done but any kind of wood filler is never going to match the deck. With high-end wood decks that are face screwed they use a special combination drill bit and countersink and then drive wood plugs to cover the screw holes. 【Get Price】

If the hole is too small for a chisel use a drill bit or a screwdriver. Transfer a small amount of polyester resin auto body filler or epoxy wood filler to a flat surface. Mix it with hardener in ... 【Get Price】

Composite material is a wonderful low-maintenance option for decks and porches. The durability and color options are just two reasons why more and more homeowners are choosing composite over the traditional wood. Composite is more expensive up front but pays off quickly as no staining or other costly maintenance is required. 【Get Price】