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I have a 5 year old log house in Maine that I am in the process of chinck filling with log builder. I am going to clean the house; on the sunny side of the house the stain is all but gone (I am sanding this side). My question is this: what type of stain should I use to match the log builder repaired log cracks, and is there any extra prep I need to do to that sunny side I have sanded? The house was stained previously with a semi-clear Behr product.

If you are filling the checks in the logs (cracks) STOP! You will be causing way more trouble for log rot. If you already have, you must be vigilant and inspect them for failure 2-3 times per year. As for your stain I would go to a higher quality log home stain like Life Line.

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