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I'm working on restoring a 70 to 80 year old barn. I would like to keep the original outside walls, that are in good shape. You can see through the vertical wood walls as with any barn in this age range. There are gaps of 1/2 to 1.5 between each board. I'm looking for a material that can be placed on the inside of the walls to prevent moisture(rain) from penetrating without compromising the exterior old look or rotting it. The material would have to run to the floor to keep water out. I plan o


You could try running a bead of Perma Chink's Energy Seal Slate Gray down eachgap from the inside.

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Posted By Mike
I appreciate the answer. I made the mistake of saying the boards ran vertical, actually they run horizontal. Should the same Perma Chinking work? or is there something different??
Thanks again Mike