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It might seem a little early to be installing the interior finishes, but I wanted to get a feel for the carsiding before I finished the rest of the components.  I chose carsiding because it’s warm, strong, natural, and relatively air-tight (air infiltration is one of the biggest contributors to energy loss/gain, not to mention moisture transfer).  The corner gaps definitely need to be addressed, and I’d prefer not to use caulk.  Hmm.




  1. Pine tar!

  2. beeswax

    • I think that’s what I’ll try first. I like how it smells, too.

  3. It’s starting to look like the sauna out at Simone’s….

    • Good call. Her little cabins definitely inspired me.

    • Absolutely! Thanks.

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