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Question:


Is it feasable to corn blast our home ourselves?
How do we know what to get and where to rent?
Our home had sikkens on it and was let go so it is peeling and exposed for about 7 years before we recently purchased it
thank you

Answer:

Corn blasting is not for the do-it-your-selfer. The equipment is hard to find and it needs to be done properly or any bad blasting marks will show up thru the stain.

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Posted By Mark Hudon
3/13/2008
I have a new white pine full scribe log home in Ontario. It sat without a roof for 5 months which turned the logs gray inside and out. I have finished the house but never addressed the wood. I would like to cob blast and then finish these new untreated logs. What are the steps to best preserve my new log home? Many Thanks, Mark