We purchased a log home from the original owners who built the cabin out of western red cedar 22 years ago. Wood bees have drilled holes in some of the logs. I am in the process of stripping stain and removing UV damage off to bring back natural color. What is the best product to fill woodbee holes and able to stain and match logs? Also along with the woodbee holes, woodpeckers have also pecked away trying to get to the bees. The house was only stained when built. I am in the beginning process a

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