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My husband and I bought a 2-story log home (circa 1840’s) 2 years ago. Previous owners covered the logs inside and out. When we uncovered the logs inside, we found that the hand-hewn logs had been whitewashed. I would like to remove all of the whitewash (especially in the cracks). What is the best way to remove the whitewash? Could you use a sand blaster or would that damage the logs?

Sand or corn cob blasting would be the best, but you would have to move just about everything out of the house since it is VERY dusty. Call Mike at 866-670-3020 for more information.

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