How do I fill holes in my old interior vinyl clad skin
So, we're planning to reuse and paint our vinyl clad interior skin once we reinstall it. One problem that I foresee is all of the old screw and rivet holes that will be visible after changes in window treatments, cabinet and fixture placement, etc. If these were drywall or plaster or even wood walls I'd know exactly what to do, but aluminum? And these walls will be bouncing around to top it off. So, epoxy? I'm looking for the solutions others have come up with. As I mentioned we intend to prime and paint the interior skin.
P.s. These holes are random and numerous. Filling them with more rivets would look terrible.
Virginia Beach, VA
1992 29' Excella Classic
TV 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 Mega Cab Diesel 4x4