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Question:


First time loghome owner. The home is white pine constructed in 2004, the finish is dark but applied only to half the house. I am preparing to strip the old stain and try to clean/strip all other logs of there greyish hue from sun exposure. I'm at a loss for technique and product use. Best approach to strip cherry shade stain from white pine for restaining? And best approach to prep the sunexposed greyish logs for new stain? Please Help! Thank you in advance.

Answer:

They whole thing should be media blasted and then Osborn brushed before the new stain is applied. Call Mike at 866-670-3020 for an estimate.

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