Log-Gevity Interior Finish Coat

Log-Gevity™ Interior Grade Finish Coat is a breathable interior finish for log homes. Available in 18 pigments this penetrating oil based stain will provide dependable years of colorfastness for your interior log home investment.
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Log-Gevity™ Interior Grade Finish Coat is formulated with essential wood protecting ingredients blended in a deep penetrating oil. Log-Gevity™ Interior Grade Finish Coat is designed to provide a rich warm glow and natural wood finish.

This non-film forming and breathable finish will provide years of color fastness to your interior log home investment. Log-Gevity™ Interior Grade Finish Coat is compatible with all Log-Gevity™ Chinking and most other Log-Gevity™ products. It is also resistant to most cleaning solutions.

Log-Gevity™ Interior Grade Finish Coat is for use on all interior vertical log/wood surfaces susceptible to moisture damage including all types of dimensional lumber.

Interior Grade Finish Coat Product Features
• Breathable.
• Natural wood finish.
• Cleanable.
• Available in pigments.
• Water-repellants.

Interior Grade Finish Coat Product Benefits

• Non-film forming penetrant.
• Provides aesthetically appealing, natural looking, rich warm glow commonly associated with natural wood finishes.
• Can be used in humid, high moisture conditions (saunas, etc.).

Interior Grade Finish Coat Coverage Rate
• Approximately 200 sq. ft. per gallon.
• For best results and optimal penetration surface must be dry during application.
• Both surface and air temperature must be above 50°F.

Interior Grade Finish Coat Application Instructions
• Apply a coat of Log-Gevity Interior Grade Finish Coat with a low pressure (HVLP) sprayer or airless sprayer.
• When using a pressure sprayer, always back brush into surface.
• After the first coat has flash dried, which may take 30 minutes or longer, it may be necessary to apply a second coat of Interior Grade Finish Coat for a uniform effect.
• To avoid runs and streaking, back brush product from surfaces before drying.
• Keep a wet edge to avoid lap marks.
• Allow at least 24 hours to dry.
• Clean up: Use mineral spirits or dish detergent and water.
• If Interior Grade Finish Coat comes in contact with surfaces such as glass, paint, metal, caulking or rubber, remove immediately with soap and water.

Log-Gevity Interior Grade Finish Coat Color Chips

Log-Gevity Interior Finish Coat Colors:
• Log-Gevity Interior Finish is available in both Log-Gevity Signature Color Tones: Cedar Tone Gold, Cedar Tone Brown, Cedar Clear, Golden Honey and Dark Taupe as well others including: Cabin Brown, Dove Gray, Pickled White, Redwood, Weathered Gray, Cabin Gray, Cedar Taupe. Cedar Coco, Terra Cotta, Stone Hedge, Forest Green, Historic Green, Chamoise, Weathered Creosote, Warm Redwood, Solid Dune Gray, Solid Dark Gray, Rustic Taupe, Solid Beige, Solid Red Cedar and Solid Colonial White. All Colors attain a natural wood glow after application.

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Product Questions

  • Can exterior extol stains be used on interior tongue and groove ceilings, as this is a restoration project, and there's black scars from excessive heat of a fire occurrence a year ago. I believe it's cedar wood and I really wanted to keep the wood look as it always was, but with blackened scars, as dry ice blasting and sanding prior, a clear coat was not acceptable and I needed to know if exterior extol stains are okay to use inside to semi camouflage the scars that remains. On Oahu. I don't believe there's interior extol stains and I don't want the ceiling DARK IN COLOR. TELL ME A GREAT SUGGESTION PLEASE.

    As long as they will adhere to the wood in its current condition, I think you have a good idea about using a tinted stain to help mask the scarring from the fire. My understanding of the main reason that Sikkens officially recommends not using their exterior stains on the inside of your structure is that the oil based solvent smells bad when you're applying it. Cross ventilating the room by opening the windows and putting a box fan in the window does a good job of moving those fumes out of the room. The only other practical reason that I know for avoiding an exterior stain on the interior is that the exterior colors are typically darker than people would want on their interiors. For that reason, I would stick to the lighter colors in their line to avoid making the room too dark. We have known a number of instances where homeowners have used their exterior products inside to good effect. The only major concern I would personally have about finishing in this area would be about adhesion. That is, is there anything left on the surface from either the fire or the remediation that would interfere with the stain adhering properly? The standard Sikkens prefers here is for the wood to be clean, bare, and dry. We have several products you may want to consider using. I would think first of their Cetol SRD. It is a one-coat oil base exterior stain that can work well in a variety of uses for a good cost. It has a fairly low sheen and its colors are rather muted as it uses only one coat. Natural (078) is the lightest color available in Cetol SRD. For a deeper, richer finish, you may want to consider their Cetol Log and Siding stain. This product is a two-coat oil base exterior stain. The Natural Light (996) or Natural (078) colors are the lightest in this line. Sampling colors is the best way to know whether there will be any compatibility problems and which color/product combination you like the best. We can ship to you from our store here in Tennessee, or you may want to see if either of these products are available locally. That way you can have a quicker turnaround on sample testing. Please don't hesitate to call us at 800-299-8981 or email me at p.webb@twincreeksloghomes.com if you have any questions or if we can be of service to you.

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Log-Gevity™ Interior Grade Finish Coat is formulated with essential wood protecting ingredients blended in a deep penetrating oil. Log-Gevity™ Interior Grade Finish Coat is designed to provide a rich warm glow and natural wood finish.

This non-film forming and breathable finish will provide years of color fastness to your interior log home investment. Log-Gevity™ Interior Grade Finish Coat is compatible with all Log-Gevity™ Chinking and most other Log-Gevity™ products. It is also resistant to most cleaning solutions.

Log-Gevity™ Interior Grade Finish Coat is for use on all interior vertical log/wood surfaces susceptible to moisture damage including all types of dimensional lumber.

Interior Grade Finish Coat Product Features
• Breathable.
• Natural wood finish.
• Cleanable.
• Available in pigments.
• Water-repellants.

Interior Grade Finish Coat Product Benefits

• Non-film forming penetrant.
• Provides aesthetically appealing, natural looking, rich warm glow commonly associated with natural wood finishes.
• Can be used in humid, high moisture conditions (saunas, etc.).

Interior Grade Finish Coat Coverage Rate
• Approximately 200 sq. ft. per gallon.
• For best results and optimal penetration surface must be dry during application.
• Both surface and air temperature must be above 50°F.

Interior Grade Finish Coat Application Instructions
• Apply a coat of Log-Gevity Interior Grade Finish Coat with a low pressure (HVLP) sprayer or airless sprayer.
• When using a pressure sprayer, always back brush into surface.
• After the first coat has flash dried, which may take 30 minutes or longer, it may be necessary to apply a second coat of Interior Grade Finish Coat for a uniform effect.
• To avoid runs and streaking, back brush product from surfaces before drying.
• Keep a wet edge to avoid lap marks.
• Allow at least 24 hours to dry.
• Clean up: Use mineral spirits or dish detergent and water.
• If Interior Grade Finish Coat comes in contact with surfaces such as glass, paint, metal, caulking or rubber, remove immediately with soap and water.

Log-Gevity Interior Grade Finish Coat Color Chips

Log-Gevity Interior Finish Coat Colors:
• Log-Gevity Interior Finish is available in both Log-Gevity Signature Color Tones: Cedar Tone Gold, Cedar Tone Brown, Cedar Clear, Golden Honey and Dark Taupe as well others including: Cabin Brown, Dove Gray, Pickled White, Redwood, Weathered Gray, Cabin Gray, Cedar Taupe. Cedar Coco, Terra Cotta, Stone Hedge, Forest Green, Historic Green, Chamoise, Weathered Creosote, Warm Redwood, Solid Dune Gray, Solid Dark Gray, Rustic Taupe, Solid Beige, Solid Red Cedar and Solid Colonial White. All Colors attain a natural wood glow after application.

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Product Questions

  • Can exterior extol stains be used on interior tongue and groove ceilings, as this is a restoration project, and there's black scars from excessive heat of a fire occurrence a year ago. I believe it's cedar wood and I really wanted to keep the wood look as it always was, but with blackened scars, as dry ice blasting and sanding prior, a clear coat was not acceptable and I needed to know if exterior extol stains are okay to use inside to semi camouflage the scars that remains. On Oahu. I don't believe there's interior extol stains and I don't want the ceiling DARK IN COLOR. TELL ME A GREAT SUGGESTION PLEASE.

    As long as they will adhere to the wood in its current condition, I think you have a good idea about using a tinted stain to help mask the scarring from the fire. My understanding of the main reason that Sikkens officially recommends not using their exterior stains on the inside of your structure is that the oil based solvent smells bad when you're applying it. Cross ventilating the room by opening the windows and putting a box fan in the window does a good job of moving those fumes out of the room. The only other practical reason that I know for avoiding an exterior stain on the interior is that the exterior colors are typically darker than people would want on their interiors. For that reason, I would stick to the lighter colors in their line to avoid making the room too dark. We have known a number of instances where homeowners have used their exterior products inside to good effect. The only major concern I would personally have about finishing in this area would be about adhesion. That is, is there anything left on the surface from either the fire or the remediation that would interfere with the stain adhering properly? The standard Sikkens prefers here is for the wood to be clean, bare, and dry. We have several products you may want to consider using. I would think first of their Cetol SRD. It is a one-coat oil base exterior stain that can work well in a variety of uses for a good cost. It has a fairly low sheen and its colors are rather muted as it uses only one coat. Natural (078) is the lightest color available in Cetol SRD. For a deeper, richer finish, you may want to consider their Cetol Log and Siding stain. This product is a two-coat oil base exterior stain. The Natural Light (996) or Natural (078) colors are the lightest in this line. Sampling colors is the best way to know whether there will be any compatibility problems and which color/product combination you like the best. We can ship to you from our store here in Tennessee, or you may want to see if either of these products are available locally. That way you can have a quicker turnaround on sample testing. Please don't hesitate to call us at 800-299-8981 or email me at p.webb@twincreeksloghomes.com if you have any questions or if we can be of service to you.