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I'm an insurance adjuster and am researching feasiblity of repair to a partially burnt log home. The logs are aprox 8" thick; charring is 1/8" to 1/4" deep. I understand that cob blasting will take the char off of the surface. Is it fine enough to penetrate the natural cracks in the wood for a thorough cleaning?


My experience is that unless it is just a black surface it will have to be replaced. 1/4" thick will deface the log to much to give it that original look. Call Ryan at 877-788-5674 for help with log replacement costs.

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