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Great website! I submitted a question a few weeks ago, but my email was down and I didn’t get the answer. So here is a simplified version. I have hemlock beams that were cut in May and have been drying covered outside up in saw horses. They are being used on interior only. What should we use to finish them, and should we use a finish like gloss? My husband wants them to look natural and I don’t want them to yellow. It would be nice to see the grain and nots. Thank you!

You should Osborne brush them to clean then apply one coat of Perma Chink Prelude primer then two coats of Perma Chink Interior Acyrilic Satin or Gloss

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