I recently changed all the hardware on the bedroom dresser, armoire, and nightstand. With the pulll bar handles I had to drill new holes and fill the old ones.
I didn't need much, so I just got a small tube of plastic wood in a natural finish. Natural was the only color available in the tube.
It was my first time using it, but I wasn't much of a fan. It's solvent-based, and while it's easier to work with than say oil-based paint, it's not easy to make it perfect. This spot here was my worst of them all. Once it's dried, its super strong, so that's a plus.
I only needed a little stain, but I wanted something water based because I hate messing with oil-based anything. They had some water-based wipes, but the quart was almost the same in value.
I had it tinted to sugar maple but when you open the can it's awfully chocolate. It's a bit scary to see at first, but I put it on some scratches on the furniture and it blended in perfectly.
The plastic wood didn't stain perfectly though, I should have went for the little tube of Minwax wood filler.