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This is how I patched the holes in a white '98 Dodge Neon I once had:

First, I used a knife and razor blade to clean up the hole and trim down some of the "bulge" created by the screw. Then, I used white silicone bathtub caulk to fill the hole letting a little extra overflow to allow for shrinkage. When everything had set up (a day or two later), I went back with the blade and trimmed the excess caulk flush with the bumper. I then covered the repair with a liberal amount of touch-up paint (maybe even two coats) and that was that!

It looked pretty good from up-close and was hardly visible after moving 5 or 10 feet away.
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