We have a 30-year-old cabin. The inside is chink nicely, but the outside is a mish-mash of chinking (painted over), insulation painted over, caulking (not painted over) and in some places it appears nothing. The chinks are various sizes due to log shift. How do we go about fixing this–pull all of it off and start over or chink over? We want to paint it when done.

waterloop Changed status to publish April 2, 2024