Wood Filler question
I'm hoping someone on this forum can help me with a "wood filler" question. My husband and I own an older home, built in the 50's, and it is sided with wide cedar clapboard siding and then stained with a cabots product solid stain, Mission Brown to be exact which is a dark brown. We have yet to find a wood filler product to fill nail holes once they have been set, and small cracks etc. that does not fall out due to shrinkage, or become shiny once painted, or not take paint at all. We live in CT where there are seasonal fluctuations which I know make it a bit trickier. I don't know if the fact that the house has a balloon construction makes any difference. I would truely be grateful for an expert opinion. Thanks. "Proud Mom on an Army Infantryman"