Osmo UK has added a new range of tools to its product portfolio, which includes the innovative Osmo System Telescopic Handle.
The new collection features a variety of brushes, rollers, scrapers, pads, mops and machines. Each product has been developed to equip users with the ability to apply and maintain wooden surfaces.
The tools, which are manufactured from aluminium, have been designed to suit a range of surfaces. They can be used to create a certain aesthetic, allowing users to preserve wooden shades or add subtle washed effects.
The range features the new Osmo System Telescopic Handle, a universal attachment for the company’s comprehensive assortment of application tools, such as the Osmo Floor Brush, Floor Roller Set, Small Roller and Brush Set, Decking Brush, Decking Brush Set and Pad Holder with Joint.
The same handle can also be used in conjunction with Osmo’s Cleaning Kit for Floors, Decking Cleaning Brush and Pad Holder with Joint.
Quick-Connect technology ensures that the telescopic handle can be easily attached to the tools, connecting to the joint with a secure fitting. Osmo’s SoftTouch Grip can also be attached with ease to enhance user comfort, whilst the handle can be extended in length from 120cm-200cm.
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