#1
Last week, I noticed that the screw for one of my strap buttons was halfway out and bent... the same thing happened a couple days ago, so I'm certain my strap button hole is stripped... how can i repair this?
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#3
^this or matchsticks is the easiest way, unless you want to drill another hole somewhere else to screw it in
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#4
I've never dealt with wood glue... how do I manage to get it on the toothpick and in the tiny hole without getting it on the finish?
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#5
it comes off the finish very easily. since its probably polyurethane it wont stick, you can just chip it off
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#6
Just stick a matchstick in, twist off the excess, and screw the button in. Don't mess with wood glue or anything... just a humble matchstick
#7
okay

I was just talking to my dad and he said he has some wood filler... if I used this would it require drilling?
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#9
wood filler works great, as long as you're willing to wait.

I use Elmer's brand (you know, the stuff that makes the white school glue for kiddies..)

Let it dry for aobut a day/two days before drilling a small pilot hole for the strap button.

Or the matchstick works well too.
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#10
Wodd filler would work , or get a really long screw and screw it in there so it grips into the non-stripped wood.