|No. of coats||2|
|Coverage||Up to 24m² per litre|
|Drying time||6 hrs|
For best results, apply Osmo Door Oil to bare wood doors ensuring surfaces are clean and dry.
Always apply a test coat to a spare surface or inconspicuous area to assess compatibility, colour and finish. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times. Stir well before use.
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, re-apply a thin coat of Osmo Door Oil to clean door surfaces.
Easy to apply and looks good, even better with a second coat added.
Easy to use. Good coverage & finish. Really enhances the grain.
Works well and well worth buying the best branded product for the job.
So pleased we chose to oil and not varnish our oak doors, they have really come up so well.
nice finish, slightly darkened the wood, only one coat needed
Really nice natural finish on hardwood doors. Easy to apply. Dries quicker than expected including in paint brushes.
Provided a very good finish and was easy to apply
Easy brush application and looks great just the right amount of sheen.
Used to protect doors to bathroom. Provide a good finish and allows natural colours of wood to show well.
It's made my oak reneered doors look amazing.
Excellent... will apply a top up regularly as recommended
I was very impressed with the door oil, used a brush for the first coat but used a lint free cloth for the second and the finish is very pleasing.
Fantastic product but read the instructions! This MUST be put on VERY THINLY as too much and it won't get absorbed and it will pool up and the finish will be poor. Very light sanding after coat 1 and a very thing coat 2 gives a fantastic smooth finish.
Applied two coats to an oak veneer door. An excellent finish without darkening the door too much. Would certainly recommend this product and would use again.
Covers easily and gives a brilliant finnish.
Used to treat 4 new solid oak doors. I used a cloth to apply the oil. 2 coats were needed. Very easy to use with no mess. Great finish.
This product was recommended by a carpenter. Osmo Door Oil is a great product, really easy to apply with a roller or paint brush. I completed 9 oak doors and they look great. The oil smell does linger so expect at least 5 days before fully dispersed. Will definitely buy again.
Used on 4 oak internal doors. Applied with brush and cloth sparingly with a light sanding between coats. Very pleased with the results, the oil has enhanced the appearance of all the doors and is admired by others. Would recommend to all and represents very good value for money. The service from Wood Finishes direct was first class from ordering to delivery and again I would recommend them to anyone. Mike Thomas.
Best applied I think with a lint free cloth and a light rub with a pad both of which I bought with the order so couldn't go wrong.
I treated two new unfinished oak doors (indoor). The smell is really bad and I'd recommend to paint the stuff outdoors. Gave me headaches. But the effect on the wood is nice and lasting although I've only managed one coat so far. It leaves the wood sealed and waterproof, similar to a varnish I would say.