Eco-friendly wooden flooring and finishes expert Osmo UK has announced that it will exhibit at the Surface Design Show 2016 at the Business Design Centre in London.
The Surface Design Show showcases the latest most innovative surface solutions, materials and products. Held over three days, the Business Design Centre in Islington will host over 130 exhibitors; ranging from ceramics, to bespoke wall panels and naturally finished cladding.
Osmo will be exhibiting its high quality wooden flooring and finishes between Tuesday 9th – 11th February 2016 on stand 330.
Visitors will be able to view Osmo’s ESCO wooden flooring collection, based on nine solid European oak flooring styles, in addition to its popular Polyx-Oil wood finishing product.
Polyx-Oil is a premium wood finish that is guaranteed to keep wooden surfaces in top condition.
The finish features natural components which penetrate deeply into the wood to create a micro-porous finish. This ensures a flawless finish by allowing the wood to breathe and moisture to evaporate.
Polyx-Oil guarantees hard-wearing protection and offers resistance to stubborn stains.
Steve Grimwood, Managing Director at Osmo UK, commented: “The Surface Design Show is an excellent opportunity to showcase what Osmo has to offer the flooring industry.
This year marks our 25th year in business, so attending this show is a great way to get out and meet new and existing customers. We look forward to meeting everyone at the event.”
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