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We're looking at buying a log home and wanted to know about the extra maintenance that comes with that. Wood working doesn't scare me but I feel that this is probably a little different than making a dining room table or doing an inlay. I don't know how thrilled I'd be to take a palm sander to a 2800 sq/ft home. Are there simpler ways? I've heard both "yes" and "no" to power washing the old finish off. Those of you that do it yourself, how long is the project? Those of you who job it out, about how much does that run?

I'm in SW MO if the weather makes a difference.



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