Have searched the archives looking for a nice technique to fill small screw holes in salon teak joinery. These are small screws, no larger than #6 or #8, and seem to be too small to justify a 3/8" bung. I found several posts suggesting DAP Plastic Wood Filler with stain. Have tried other wood putties on teak, and they just did not look good, even with staining. Any other good tricks besides the DAP? Pure epoxy curing to amber color matching varnish? Epoxy mixed with teak sawdust? Teak dowels (but where can I find them small enough? Thanks for any advice.