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Question:


I'm leaving some interior post & beams exposed in & around the kitchen area. They haven't seen the light of day for over 100 years. The kitchen has cedar logs for ceiling beams with cedar strips above them. I've cleaned them up very nicely. Would you put anything on these raw cedar beams & strips plus a couple of hand-hewn corner posts, like a clear sealer of some sort or just leave them alone.
Thank you Greg

Answer:

On the interior it is really up to you. Putting a clear sealer on them will help stop dust and dirt from getting into the wood fiber.

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