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I want to restrain my cedar log house. The stain is wearing. Can I pressure was to prepare for staining? What is the best method of preparing my logs for a new coat of stain? Should I re-chink?

Answer:

I do not recommend pressure washing before staining, unless you are doing a light rinse. If it needs the old finish removed it should be corn or glass blasted, Osborn brushed and then stained.

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Posted By crissy smith
11/5/2016
We bought a log home that is about 11 years old.it has wood guard an oil based wood preservative . It needs to be redone I read to clean it with Clorox and TSP product. It seems to good to be true. Is there a catch to this? There is a product called outlast that seems similar. What are the negatives of the products ?