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I am in the process of putting the finish on a new 16x24 log cabin made with 8" white Pine D logs. The logs were damaged by the power washer and the first coat was applied on one wall and it looks poor. Is there a good way to make it look more uniform in color and texture?


One of the big problems of power washing that I write about all the time. It has a "blotchy" look if trying to remove old finishes. You will have to sand the wall and maybe have to have it corn cob blasted first.

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