How to repair holes in wood moulding?
Not sure if this is the right forum for this, but I'm trying to figure out how to patch wood moulding. We have painted oak moulding that had wiring running through it with switches; we've moved all of that to the wall, so now we have a bunch of trim with lightswitch-sized holes in it. I know how to patch nail holes and the like, and I know how to patch lath-and-plaster walls, but not at all sure how to go about tackling large holes in the wood.
Any suggestions? Luckily the trim is already painted anyway, so we will just be painting over the repair, but would like to get it as clean/unnoticeable as possible. Best thought thus far is to cut a patch out of extra wood and somehow secure it into the hole, and then Bondo around that before sanding and painting, but not sure that's the way to go. Thanks!