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Old 03-16-2011, 04:12 PM   #1
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I need to get a 20x20 log cabin sandblasted inside and out. Anyone have this done before and with what results. Need to find contractors in northern Vt.
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Old 03-16-2011, 06:55 PM   #2
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Contact Dyer on this forum.... he's up in that neck of the woods.

He does nice work to.

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Call me I can get it done 973 885 8036
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Welcome to the site! I'm oh'mike at DIY----I figured these folks would steer you right.--Mike--
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Thanks Mike. Yup,great site.
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Paging Dyer!
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You can call him through is website: http://www.DyerSodaBlast.com/
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Thanks Guys
Talked to him and its in the works.

I've pushed work to peolpe on here a few times, nice to get some back.

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Jim what mix do you use with hold tight? I had a guy say he thought it was 50 to 1. One gallon makes fifty gallons? Is it maybe five to one? That sounds better to me.
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at least 3 to 5 oz. per gal is what I've been told
but have mixed it heaver on occations if the surface is really rough
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Why do you put holdtight on a log home?
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Not on a log home Bob, just on metal things that are getting painted. But if you are using soda on a log home there are other products better for wood if you want to clean it after. I think one is called sun bright.
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