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Our 12” pine D-log home was stained with Sherwin Williams woodscapes stain followed by two coats of permachink lifeline advance clear coat almost 4 years ago (new build) and is starting to fail. What is the best approach to redo the failing areas? Do I need to totally strip the finish and start over? A Cobb blasting company recommended that I blast and restrain the whole house with their 4 coat oil stain for 30k, help!

You should be able to Osborne brush the loose flaky areas and then give a light bath with Log Wash. After it dries a couple of days you can then apply a couple of fresh coats of Woodscapes then clear coat again if you like. Call Mike at 866-670-3020 for more help.

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