filling nail holes in composite wood

How do I cover nail holes in composite trim in a wet location . Fill with painters caulk. If you don't like painters caulk I would use latex wood filler but that shrinks and As for the second question regarding filling the holes after countersinking: If you rub the putty ball back and forth along your trim over the countersunk nail hole you'll slowly fill the hole with the putty 【Get Price】

1- Filling Holes. Small cracks and small nail holes or even holes made by insects are common in wooden trims and in skirting boards. If you see the signs of wood rot (yellowish or brown spongy to touch wood) you can easily fix them up using a wood filler. As you might imagine wood filler is naturally great at filling nail holes. 【Get Price】

Jim’s tips for filling nail holes in PVC:-Use a 2-part epoxy nail-hole filler made for PVC.-Using your hands blend the two different epoxy components until the color is evenly mixed.-Only mix as much epoxy as you can use in fifteen minutes.-Applcation: For small holes use your finger. For larger holes use a 1-inch putty knife. 【Get Price】

Apply the Filler With Your Finger . For most nail holes the space to fill is so small that it is best to use your finger. Put a small dab of filler onto your index finger. Press the filler into the hole and give it a quick smear. Repeat if necessary to fill the hole completely. 【Get Price】