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Greetings!

I am new to the forum.  We recently purchased our home and the previous owners applied chinking to all of the interior.  For example, where two interior tounge and groove walls met; they chinked it; which made if very hard to remove.

I am remodeling my loft bathroom and there is chinking on the interior of a beam (not exposed to outdoor elements).  I would like to remove the chinking from those beams.  I have pulled/scraped, but I am looking for a better method.

Any ideas!!!

Love the site.  Thanks for allowing me into the community.

Blake

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Oscillating tool, and then an Osborne brush to fine tune.

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