Filling holes on our chausson flash 04 (1 Viewer)

Cazzaj

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We bought our chausson flash motorhome, but the previous owner had lots of hanging pictures, so loads of holes, what's the best way to fill them, it's a light pine colour
 

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We bought our chausson flash motorhome, but the previous owner had lots of hanging pictures, so loads of holes, what's the best way to fill them, it's a light pine colour

Never had to use it in our van, but plenty of times in the house, if it’s wood..…….a little wood filler, then a furniture touch-up marker pen ( they come in various colours).
 
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Screw covers press or stick in if you can get a good colour match. Buy some pictures?

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As Clivefrog says, you can buy sheets of self sticky vinyl discs. Some firms offer a sheet of samples which make it easy to choose the right one.

Swift actually use them to cover screw holes at manufacture.

Geoff
 
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I got the round sticky discs with the same pattern / colour and different sizes from a Chausson dealer in Great Yarmouth, they kept a limited amount of then ,if you can take a sample because I found some colours/ designs are very similar. I used them to cover screw heads and then holes I drilled out before I sold motorhome to dealer!!
 
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I had a similar problem and used these, just get the hole the right size and put a little dob of silicone on them to keep them in place. Looks like they are screw caps

 
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