I'm trying to install a storm door on an outdoor patio in my house. There are a number of holes in the wood from previous screen door installations I think:
I want to make sure the wood will hold before installing the screen door so I don't run into problems down the road.
The DAP plastic wood filler came recommended to me from my hardware store for this purpose, but it has some concerning info in the technical bulletin including a flashpoint of 82 degrees.
Couple of question about how to use this safely:
- Does this need to be stored at cool temperatures once opened? If I keep it on an outdoor patio in summer, is that a safety issue?
- When done, can I dispose of excess product in household trash or is special disposal required?
- When washing tools with mineral spirits (as recommended), can I wash that in a sink or will I run into plumbing problems?
- When resealing the can of this, is it fine to use a rubber mallet like I would for a can of paint?