log cabin wood preservatives.

Some log cabin manufactures offer log cabins which has already had a wood preservative treatment added to the wood or a factory coloured finish for an additional charge but if you choose not to have this service or they do not supply your cabin treated then you will need to treat your log cabin with a wood preservative.

Not only does a wood preservative treat the timber or logs of your log cabins or timber buildings it is also the best way to preserve the wood, using a top quality wood preservative not only protect the wood but with its active ingredients help protect it against any mildew and rot.

One of the best preservative for your log cabins would be a natural oil based preservative which is available for interior and exterior wood, not only will the natural oils in this preservative help against any insects it is also environmentally friendly.

If you do use a water or spirit based wood preservative to treat your log cabin or any garden buildings you need to re-treat the wood every 2 years, unless you use an oil based preservative which is every 4 or 5 years.

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