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I've watched many videos on staining interior pine walls of our cabin and have got numerous suggestions. I'd LOVE to hear what you have to say or the procedure you think I should follow. thank you


They should first be lightly sanded to remove any mill glaze. Wipe the logs down with a tack cloth. Brush all stain and topcoats. Do not spray for interior application. You may want to very LIGHTLY sand in between coats with 200 grit or smoother. NEVER use steel wool to sand.

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