So go Osmo to avoid door woe

  • 21 Nov 2017

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Osmo Door-Oil; not only is it easy to use and sure to provide a professional touch to doors, but a high quality, tough and durable finish is also assured.

Designed specifically to protect and preserve internal veneer doors, Door-Oil is the ideal solution for any contemporary home, as it will offer supreme protection against common household stains and spillages.

Post-application, the wood’s authentic allure is showcased, with the wood’s grain and natural characteristics giving a warm and rich effect to ensure that any interior room has a feel of luxury.

A solvent-free solution, Oslo Door-Oil is created from natural vegetable and plant oils and waxes. These organic properties mean the treatment is deeply absorbed into the wood with speed, enriching the wood’s beauty and strength, with no cracking, peeling, flaking or blistering.

The wood’s fibres are prevented from becoming dry and brittle throughout time, as well as shrinking and swelling. The surface also becomes healthy and elastic and it has no biocides or preservatives.

Safety is assured also, as, when dry, there is no risk when coming into contact with humans, animals and even children’s toys.

Furthermore on the positives front, the solution is ready to use and eliminates the need for thinning and with hardly any preparation required on the surface, wood treatment and maintenance is made even more simplistic.

Providing the surface is clean, dry and sanded, the solution can be applied to the surface directly with a paintbrush, roller or by a lint-free cloth.

Each one litre tin contains enough treatment for two coats of an area measuring twelve square metres of wooden surface, and has a shelf life of around 5 or more years, so long as it is stored correctly. Drying time for each coat takes between 8 – 10 hours.



Osmo UK,
Unit 24, Anglo Business Park,
Smeaton Close,
United Kingdom,
HP19 8UP

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