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Osmo Door Oil 3060 1L

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Osmo Door Oil is the perfect way to create a natural satin-matt finish for all types of interior wooden doors. 1 litre treats four average sized doors on both sides with 2 coats.

Formulated from 100% natural waxes and oils, Osmo Door Oil will not peel or flake, resists finger marking, staining and is easy to apply and maintain whilst reducing shrinkage and warping.

An average door is 3 square metres which allows for both sides. We recommend two coats meaning you'll need 6 square metres per door.

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Overview

Osmo Door Oil (3060) is a great eco-friendly interior door finish that protects and preserves interior wooden doors. Easy to apply and clean whilst being resistant to stains, finger and hand marks.

Preparation

Ensure door surfaces are clean and dry before application. If doors have been oiled previously, they should be cleaned or lightly sanded using fine sand-paper with a grit of P120 or P150.

Application of Osmo Door Oil

Osmo Door Oil is easy applied with a good quality paint brush, sponge or velour roller. Apply thinly working in the direction of the wood grain and remove any excess. Apply two thin coats for greatest protection.

Osmo Door Oil cannot be applied to doors that have an existing varnish finish. Varnished doors must be sanded back to bare wood before application.

Maintenance

Light marks and dirt can be removed by cleaning the affected surface with a mixture of water and Osmo Wash And Care. For light scratches, use Osmo Liquid Wax Cleaner. If marks go deeper into the wood then a light sand is required before applying further door oil to the affected area.

For occasional renovation, reapply a thin coat of Osmo Door Oil to clean door surfaces.

Repair

Any scuffs, marks or minor scratches can be easily repaired by gently rubbing back the affected area with a scotch pad and re-applying a thin coat of door oil for an invisible repair.

Equipment Cleaning

Brushes and other applicators should be cleaned immediately after use with white spirit.

Storage

Can be stored up to 5 years or longer if the tin is full and tightly closed.

To preserve any Door Oil that is left over, pour the remaining oil into a smaller container such as a tin, jar or bottle of the same volume. Store the remaining oil in a dry well ventilated area away from temperature extremes of hot and cold.

Drying Time

Leave to dry for between 6 to 8 hours between coats. Drying times may vary depending on room temperature, humidity and ventilation.

Finishing

Doors that have been treated with Osmo Door Oil can be buffed to lift the sheen level. For additional shine and depth doors can be polished with Fiddes Supreme Wax Polish or Fiddes Beeswax Polish.

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Osmo Door Oil 3060 1L reviews - Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars, based on 67 reviews.

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Matthew Spoerri
07/05/15
Used on oak beefcake...fabulous results
This.product is easily applied and when 2 coats are done it brings the timbers character out whilst protecting it .
Tina Browne
02/05/15
Easy to use. Great finish.
This product was recommended by our carpenter who fitted five doors on our landing.It far exceeded our expectations.After application of two coats the doors were a little darker but the grain was really enhanced. We were absolutely delighted.
Peter Balmforth
19/04/15
Very good product easy to apply
Very good product easy to apply very good finish
Reg Eburne
12/03/15
Very pleased with this product
Looked around for something to apply to my new Oak doors Osmo Door oil seemed to get good reviews so I gave it a try. Although on the expensive side I found it good value as a little goes a long way. I would recomend this product.
Linda Hammond-Jones
02/03/15
Brilliant , easy to use
I have used the oil on all our doors, and the look is perfect , the wood grain is enhanced. It was easy to use and dried to a beautiful finish.
Ken Enticknap
18/02/15
Good
Top quality finish for oak doors.
Stephen Howse
15/02/15
Great product but does change the wood colour and finish.
Easy apply, 2 thin coats onto engineered oak panel doors, great finish although it's does darken and push a gloss onto the surface, not dissimilar to varnish would. I like it but my wife does not, it has changed the wood too much.
Keith Howsam
01/01/15
Brilliant product would use again.
Fantastic product
Michael Dutfield
11/12/14
Easy to apply and a great finish
I used this to finish an engineered oak door with glass panels and we are very pleased with the result.
Mark Burnham
29/11/14
Excellent
Transaction was smooth and straight forward. Product as described.
Mark Milne
19/11/14
Great
Very impressed with the product.
Mac
18/11/14
Does the job professionally
Goes on really well and you don't need loads to do a good job. Worth money.
Martin Evans
13/11/14
A little goes a long way!
You only need the thinnest amount and after 2 coats, my new doors have a great colour and you would never know they have been oiled.
Ian Pick
13/11/14
Easy to apply
Top quality product
Mya Tun
05/11/14
Fab
Very happy
Wes Warren
21/10/14
Excellent. Easy to apply and looks great.
This product is the perfect natural finish for doors. It goes on easily and goes a long way. It protects without looking like an unnatural varnish and can easily by repaired and refinished if necessary.
Robert Linnard
27/09/14
Beware! This oil is definitely not "clear".
I bought this to finish oak veneer doors, as recommended by the manufacturer. Easy to apply, but it really darkens pale doors and highlights the (inevitably artificial) pattern of the veneer. I stopped after one side of one door. If you want oil, Danish oil-though for some reason frowned on by manufacturers- is better (and cheaper). I played safe with clear water-based varnish.
Our feedback:-
The Osmo Door Oil is a clear oil that doesn't contain a coloured pigmentation. When applied the oil will leave a 'wet' finish similarly to how the wood would look if water was put on it. Often the ‘wet look’ is considerably darker than expected. Danish oil contains linseed oil and is therefore more orange. It also takes a day to dry and 3-5 coats are recommended compared to 2-3 coats with Osmo Door Oil.
Carol Dallamore
17/09/14
Finish to prepared interior oak veneered doors
2 coats as advised, 7 doors, with plenty left over for a touch up. Oak veneered and it warmed them up without darkening the finish; as to wear - time will tell but I am confident that it will last. I used the brushes recommended and sold by the same shop, would suggest the same.
John Baker
07/06/14
Great stuff
Leaves a very nice grained finish. It does darken the wood a bit but the shade is subtle. on application I brushed it out thoroughly and from one tin I managed to put 2 coats both sides of 5 doors and still had a bit left over !
Kathryn Gray
04/06/14
Easy to apply, nice finish
This oil went on easily, took three applications for my two doors using rags. Water beaded up on the bathroom door after only one application, but it took three to even out the wood tone.


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2
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24m²
per litre
6 hours
dry time
 

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