I got a Mini Strat for my Granddaughter and had to refasten the bridge as it was loose and one of the holes was misaligned and stripped. A regular toothpick was too small to fill so I recalled how the old timers made tree nails (trunnels), and thought I might replicate that method. First I removed a bench stop. Then drilled a slightly over sized hole in a scrap of 3/8" plywood. I then whittled a piece of straight grained Doug Fir so it would start in the 6-32 nut that was the right size for the hole. Placed that over the bench stop hole and pounded it until I had enough. worked great!