Pics would help.
As capta stated, pics will help but in general, fill screw holes and such with plugs. You can get tapered plug cutters in various sizes at most online woodworking stores. It's possible to use them with a drill, but they work best using a drill press. A dab of water proof Titebond III on the end of the plug and a tap with a mallet (aligning to the wood grain) is all that's needed to set it. In many cases, you really don't even need a glue if using tapered plugs. Trim the exposed plug end with a chisel & plane and sand to make a perfect flush finish.Hey all!! I'm working on restoring a 1966 Southcoast 23 and the teak and general woodwork on deck needs a lot of work. I've been sanding and going through the standard restoration progress but I'm trying to find a way to patch up the holes in the teak.