Osmo Wood Wax Finish
- Our Price
- £71.96+VAT each (£86.35)
- 2.5 Litre
- Price does not include Postage & Packaging
- Lightly Steamed Beech
- Light Oak
- Granite Grey
- Silk Grey
- Oak Antique
- Grey Beige
- White Matt
Osmo Wood Wax Finish provides transparent or intensively coloured wood finishes, which combine the advantage of natural oils and waxes in one product.
Wood Wax Finish is resistant to dirt, water and abrasion and smoothens the surface, whilst the wood structure remains visible. The use of plant ingredients creates a more evenly coloured and more harmonious appearance.
Suitable for wood, the finish is microporous and does not crack, peel or flask or blister.
The Osmo Wood Wax Finish is suitable for protecting and decorating interior wood: wall panelling, mouldings and beams as well as doors. The finish is ideal as a coloured primer for wooden flooring and for recoating darkened wood surfaces.
1 litre covers approximately 24m2 with one coat
The wood surface should be clean, dry and frost free.
Osmo Wood Wax Finish is ready to use - stir well before use.
Transparent Coloured (1 coat)
Apply the finish very thinly to the clean and dry wood surface along the wood grain using a natural bristle brush or microfibre roller and spread well.
To achieve a more subtle stained effect, apply thinly using a lint-free cloth. Within 20 minutes wipe away cleanly and evenly.
Good ventilation should be allowed whilst drying.
Intensively coloured (2 coats)
Apply very thinly to the clean and dry wood surface along the wood grain using a natural bristle brush or microfibre roller. Allow for good ventilation while drying. Apply the second coat - also thinly.
Please note: Larger areas can also be coated by using a scraper. Afterwards massage in with a white pad.
Important: For mechanically loaded areas, e.g. flooring, it is recommended that max. 1 coat and then generally a thin top coat with clear Osmo Polyx-Oil Original. For white coloured flooring, a top coat with lightly white pigmented Osmo Poly-Oil Tints 3040 White.
Generally, intensively coloured applications (2 coloured coats) are not recommended for flooring due to the risk of applying too much product.