I accidentally drilled through my drain/pvc pipe while installing baseboard. It was right behind the drywall. I used trim screws and it barely went through. There is a pinhole size hole from what I can see. It is on the upstairs floor and the positioning of the hole is above the toilet and bathtub level. So, I am fairly sure, no water goes through that pipe and it is a vent pipe. I flushed a bunch and did not see water coming out.
My question is, I still want to patch it. What material is best to patch black pvc pipe? Silicone or something else?
Because of where the whole is I can cut part of the drywall in the place where the baseboard will go so I have a bit of space to work a one to two fingers through the hole.