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Last night I installed some stair nose molding and tried to follow the instructions the best I could (the part of the instructions in question is below). Now, I do not own a countersink bit, but did my best to do so with what I had.
The board fits perfect, it is ready to go except the screwheads are a little unsightly. I am concerned that the "filler" that the instructions suggest I used can't be blended properly. Has anyone come across this?
As I see it I have two options:
1) Buy a countersink bit to clean up the holes and tidy things up, the fill as instructed.
2) Replace this board and fasten a way that you guys suggest?
Any advice would be great on either option.
I apologize I only was able to post one of the pics of the screws used in installation I am posting this from the office and the other pictures is just a blurry, poorly lit mess. But both are roughly the same.
Thanks for your insights.