I own a Timber Log home that I built in 1983in Johnstown Ohio.
The home is fine except the interior finish.
My wife has worked for several weeks trying to remove the polyurethane coating that was applied when the home was new. Sanding has not worked very well and stripping is out of the question.
I would like to know if blasting the logs with walnut shells or corn cobs would be a way to remove the finish and leave the surface pristine?
Does your company do that kind of work?
If not can you
It can be done, but I do not recommend a blasted surface for the interior. It would have to be sanded again after blasting. You want the logs to be as smooth as possible inside to be able to wipe them clean of dust in the future. Also, you would have to move everything out of the house to make it practical for blasting. Call Mike at 866-670-3020 for help.