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Once the media blasting is complete our team gets to work on protecting the reborn wood surfaces using the best treatments and stains available and suited to our harsh climate.

The Newwood team protects surfaces adjacent to the staining operations to ensure stain only goes where it's wanted.    

Your newwood project Manager will work with you to complete stain colour mockups and help with sample selection,  we have many prior completed projects for you to view stain choices and out comes,  we aren't happy till you are.  

Interior Media Blast before and after of a Log Home built in 1857.

New Wood Restoration removed years of Water damage and the scent of Cigarette smoke all at the same time giving the interior a fresh new look.

Before pic Collingwood This is a large Full Scribe log home that needed layers of existing stain removed, New Wood media blasted this home using a recycled glass preparing for a new color of Stain/Sealer.

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A small Ski Chalet that was neglected for many years, New Wood Media blasted the entire exterior removing layers of Mold and thick coats of oil based non-breathable Stain preparing for the new owners to apply new Stain/Sealer.

Exterior Media blast of the exterior of a Log home built in 1857. We removed all Mold/Mildew properly preparing for new Stain/Sealer.

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Why media blast your Log/Wood prior to Staining/Sealing?

  • Environmentally Friendly Product

    As explained above in regards to Mill Glaze. Media blasting by using an environmentally friendly product will Safely, quickly and effectively remove all the Mill Glaze allowing Stain/Sealer to adhere into the Log/Wood avoiding costly maintenance coats, Insect/Rodent infestation, Mold/Mildew, Weather-related damages and Moisture issues that can relate to costly Log Repair/Replacement