Caulk or wood filler for for hardware screw holes in cabinets
Not sure whether to post here or on woodworking, so here goes:
I have old birch plywood cabinets that I want to paint soon. They originally had the old copper colored curved hardware handles placed at an angle. I replaced them several years ago and because of the original holes, I had to angle the replacements.
I will be painting my cabinets and will probably use a single ORB knob on the doors and cup style on the drawers. I am going to end up with two holes per door to be filled before painting. SHould I use caulk or wood filler?? I am thinking it would be best to use the wood filler because of the potential "shrinking" of caulk.
Which would you folks recommend??