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Question:


We have a 73 year old cabin with half-log siding. Some of the logs are falling apart, some have the bark falling off, and some are stil in fairly good condition. Is there some kind of glue, or sealant we can put over the logs so that they stay in good condition for another 73+ years? Or a treatment we can do every few years? Something to prevent further damage, and from more bark from falling off. We are currently restoring the cabin, and are not doing anything to the outside because we want to

Answer:

The bark will be hard to save. You can try tacking it on or just remove all of it and seal the logs with a good latex stain.

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