Past Questions and Answers

 


Do you have log repair knowledge as well? Post your remarks after our answer! Just click VIEW ANSWER now!

Please browse the category questions and answers as a form of your question has likely been asked in the past.  If you can't find your answer, The Log Doctor is here to answer any question you may have regarding the repair and restoration of your log home or cabin.  If you are not a do-it-yourself kind of person, please contact us and put all our knowledge and experience to work for you!

 

Question:


I have a contractor who has recommended Dow CWS as a chinking material. He says it will hold up well and can be stained over if we don't want a contrast. What is your opinion on the durability of this product and it's use as a chinking material? Will stain (Sikkens) adhere to this material satisfactorily? Thanks for your help. gary

Answer:

I would not recommend it. I have seen it used before and did not hold up to the movement of the logs.

Add your Feedback to this question

Use the form below to post your comments to this question and answer.

  Name:
  Email:
  Question:
(500 characters max)
   

Posted By Sherrie Gilland
6/5/2010
Log home set several years before roof was put on. It has 3 in toung and groove pine floors mildew! Was going up this weekend to pressure wash with clorox but after reading some of your articals I dont know what to do? would like to stip them and put a clear coat on them. but the whole house inside needs pressure washing, two story with basement that is concrete. Help!