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Question:


I have recently chemically stripped my home. Before I restain it I need to either sand it or use an Osborn brush. Can either be done? Should both? What is the difference?

Answer:

I would sand.

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Posted By Blair
7/7/2010
We have a small section of log about 3' where the garage roof has dumped water. One log sounds very hollow and three sound somewhat hallow. None of them look bad on the exterior. What would be the best way to deal with log structure?
Posted By Blair
7/7/2010
We have a small section of log about 3' where the garage roof has dumped water. One log sounds very hollow and three sound somewhat hallow. None of them look bad on the exterior. What would be the best way to deal with log structure?