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I'm restoring an 80 year old log barn into a cabin. The 6'' diameter logs are vertical and exposed to the interior of the building. The spacing between the logs varies between an inch to 4 inches. The average spacing is approximately 2 inches. A mixture of clay and straw was originally packed between the popular logs. I have since cleaned out the mixture, and removed all the bark. I'm thinking of packing the space with baton insulation. What I'm looking for is a suggestion as to what I can

Answer:

You really need to call Dave at 800-564-2987 for assistance and the materials that you will need.

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