Repairing holes in cabinet base

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Old 02-21-10, 06:22 AM
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Repairing holes in cabinet base

I've got 6 countersunk holes in the base of an overhead kitchen cabinet from the installation of an old under-cabinet TV. Any suggestions on how to repair/fill these holes?
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Old 02-21-10, 07:19 AM
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You can either use just a wood filler or you can drill them out and insert dowels. There are also self-adhesive wood-grained stickies that are designed to hide screws that might work. Check HD or Lowe's.
 
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IMO dowels would look the best
 
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Lowes, HD, and most hardware stores also sells what they call wood buttons that are specifically designed for counter sunk holes. They sell flush/flat head and Bull/Rounded head. They come in different sizes, just glue them in and sand them down. If you can only get the round head then you might need to cut them flush first then sand.
 
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