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We have a log home built in 1980. The logs where used hydro cedar poles that were machined down to 8” logs. They were then beveled to fit one on the other and partially hollowed to allow fibreglass insulation to be placed in the cavity. On the interior there are now some places where the logs have cracked and the insulation is showing. In some places the crack is as thick as my thumb. To my knowledge the interior logs have never been finished with any product. Any suggestions as to how we coul

You should Osborne brush the interior and then at the very least a clear latex finish should be applied. Something with a little color if you like.

I would recommend chinking interior and exterior also. Call Mike at 866-670-3020 if you need help.

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