Log Home Maintenance

They Are Back By Popular Demand! Weatherseal Discontinued Stain Colors

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Weatherseal Discontinued Stain Colors Are Back By Popular Demand! The Weatherseal colors back by Popular Demand are the following: Autumn, Historic Brown, and Cabin Brown. Note: The colors Frontier Pine, Kodiac Brown, Buckskin, Pine Cone, Pioneer Gray and Driftwood are not a stock item, but we can order it for you. If you have any questions feel free to call us at I-Wood-Care at 607-674-2591

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Clean Your Log Home With CPR Log Cleaner And Brightener

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Clean The Wood First! Sodium Per Carbonate (Oxygen Bleach) The most environmentally friendly bleach/cleaner. It disassociates into hydrogen peroxide, soda ash & water that's all.  Also Kills Mildew. This is a great cleaner to clean all wooden structures.  Give us at call at I-Wood-Care at 607-674-2591 and we would be happy to help you!  I-Wood-Care Log Home Maintenance Products that work! Email:info@iwoodc.com CPR Cleaner And Brightener  

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Capture the Excitement of New Capture Log Stain Colors and Cascade in Matte Finish!

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Capture the Excitement of New Capture Log Stain Colors and Cascade in Matte Finish! Capture has three New colors available to purchased April 9th, 2018 New Colors : Red Cedar, Mahogany, Weathered Wood Also Cascade Top Clear Coat will be available in Matte       Feel free to call us and we would be happy to help you!   I-Wood-Care                    www.iwoodc.com 1-800-721-7715

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5" Peeled Log Siding (Shiplapped) $1.25 L.F. ***** (SALE) ******

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We are now offering our Peeled 5” Log Siding  on sale for $1.25 per lineal foot.  Please call with questions and information.  Convert your frame garage, camp or home into an authentic rustic look! Please call: 1-800-343-8928 or 1-800-721-7715  

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CLEANING THE LOGS

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Before you apply any type of coating to logs, the surface must be clean and free of any dust, debris, unsound surface wood or mill glaze.  A typical log surface is coated with "mill glaze".  A typical log surface of wood when leftover tree resins and sugars react to the mechanical and heat energy from the milling process.  This layer of glaze can be almost impenetrable to stains.  It must be removed before good penetration and adhesion can occur.  The best overall cleaning method is corncob or glass media blasting.  Sashco's sodium per carbonate cleaner, CPR, can work well for...

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