Osmo UK, the eco-friendly wood and finishes expert, has expanded its Spray-Wax range by launching a new 3010 Natural option.
Developed with professional users in mind, Spray-Wax offers a durable, low maintenance and hardwearing surface for all interior wood, including those in wet rooms.
Osmo UK Spray-Wax is based on the original Polyx-Oil finish; producing a resistance to water and dirt, the product is hardwearing and smoothens the chosen surface.
In comparison to conventional finishes, the natural vegetable oils and waxes allow for an even colouring and a harmonic, smooth surface result.
The finish does not crack, flake, peel or blister, ensuring an overall pleasing finish.
Application is made easy with a cup spray gun, airless/air mix or HVLP – simply spray the product on the wood surface to achieve deep, long-lasting penetration.
Spray-Wax accentuates the wood’s natural character with a slight white colour tone to emphasise the grain.
The finish can be applied to surfaces, including stairs, furniture, table tops, kitchen worktops, toys, parquet and flooring. It is especially well suited for use in wet rooms, such as bathrooms and kitchens.
The range includes seven finishes, featuring matt, satin, transparent, gloss and opaque options in Clear, White and Natural tones. The tins are available in two sizes, those being 2.5L and 10L.
Osmo is renowned for its wood treatments that see product performance meet natural, environmentally friendly ingredients.
The company operates a policy of only supplying eco-friendly products during production, as well as in application.
Spray-Wax is no exception, as it meets the requirements of both EN 71.3 and DIN 53160, by being safe for humans, animals and even on children’s toys.
Slip resistance class R9 is achieved by applying two coats, creating a safe a secure surface for all. Spray-Wax combines purified, natural plant oils and waxes and contains no biocides or preservatives.
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