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We used a clear polyurethane on the interior of our logs and on the T&G interior walls and ceiling. The logs turned a warm honey color and the T&G turned yellow. They are both white pine. Will they over time blend? Or can we apply a tinted stain to the T&G boards over the clear polyurethane to try to match the color?


Altough it's to late, Poly souldn't be used, because it does turn yellow. It probably will not blend over time. Tinting is probably going to be your best route.

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