I am thinking about buying an old 1880’s homestead with several log cabins on it that’s in the mountains in Colorado. The log structure appears to be in very good shape, but is very dark and greyed. It’s my understanding that corncob blasting is the best treatment to restore the logs, but difficult for a homeowner to do themselves. Is there any other alternative way to restore the logs that would be easier for a homeowner to do? Thanks!

waterloop Changed status to publish April 9, 2024