We applied Cetol 1 and Cetol 23 to our new log cabin 5 years ago. As the northeast wall leaked severely we continued for the next two summers to reapply Cetol 23 and caulk with an acrylic sealant. Two years ago we had the NE wall chinked with Permachink which eliminated 90% of the leakage. We still have some leakage around windows, (caulking seems in good shape and we continue to patch any caulking that lets go), and some log ends. also the finish is peeling on some logs. How would you recom
you question really did not get completed, but if you are looking on how to touch up the stain, you should lightly sand the peeling areas.
Not sure if you can still find the Cetol 1 & 23 since they discontinued it, but the Sikkens Log & Siding is compatible. It will take 2 or 3 coats and should be feathered way out to avoid any lap marks or blotching.