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Plugging Errant Screw Holes:
What do you do when you drill a hole for a hinge screw only to find you’ve drilled it in the wrong spot? After a brief round of expletives, your left with a variety of choices of how to plug and re-drill the hole in the correct location.
Glen recently saw a video in which the host drilled a hole and used a matching plug cutter to fill the hole with a side-grain plug. While this method has some merit, neither of the 360 guys uses this method regularly. So what methods do they each use? And exactly what is the primary hand tools Glen uses in this instance?
For the answer to these, and other important questions about plugging errant screw holes, you’ll need to listen to this entire episode of 360 with 360 WoodWorking.