I'm going to use J-B Weld QuikWood to fill the hole you see here.
Then I'll need to carve/cut out a new hole. The reason is that my door was sagging but when fixed, the deadbolt wouldn't go into the hole anymore -- it needed to be more to the left -- so I started carving out the hole to accommodate it. BUT then the hole was too large for the strike plate to cover, so my solution is to make a nice, clean new hole. Can I put the entire amt I need of this product into the hole all at once to fill it or should I put in some, let it dry and keep adding until I've filled the hole? Then, once it's all set, what kind of tool do I use to cut out the new hole so I don't make the same mess I have in this photo?