Restoring Stain Project

Restoring Stain Project

Restoration products to remove old finishes and make dirty wood look like new

INSTRUCTION ONE HERE

The First Step to renewing your log home is cleaning the surface. On new wood surfaces brush or wipe off any extraneous debris that might be present. On the log surface where the build-up of fungi is under the surface of a stain or finish - power wash, strip or sand off this coating and wipe it down with a damp cloth or sponge prior to the application. There are several ways to clean dirty, weathered wood. The most common types of surface cleaners offered by Perma-Chink Systems:

INSTRUCTION ONE HERE

The First Step to renewing your log home is cleaning the surface. On new wood surfaces brush or wipe off any extraneous debris that might be present. On the log surface where the build-up of fungi is under the surface of a stain or finish - power wash, strip or sand off this coating and wipe it down with a damp cloth or sponge prior to the application. There are several ways to clean dirty, weathered wood. The most common types of surface cleaners offered by Perma-Chink Systems:

INSTRUCTION ONE HERE

The First Step to renewing your log home is cleaning the surface. On new wood surfaces brush or wipe off any extraneous debris that might be present. On the log surface where the build-up of fungi is under the surface of a stain or finish - power wash, strip or sand off this coating and wipe it down with a damp cloth or sponge prior to the application. There are several ways to clean dirty, weathered wood. The most common types of surface cleaners offered by Perma-Chink Systems: