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 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.
|No. of coats||2|
|Coverage||Up to 24m² per litre|
|Drying time||6 hrs|
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Brushes and other applicators should be cleaned immediately after use with white spirit.
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.
Leave to dry for between 6 to 8 hours between coats. Drying times may vary depending on room temperature, humidity and ventilation.
I used this Osmo Door oil to stain my Oak Engineered doors and it has totally transformed them!! Really easy to use and well worth the money!!
Excellent oil which I used on six oak doors, it covered really well and brought out the grain nicely. I would definitely recommend it.
Osmo oil has made all the difference in bringing up the grain on my replacement doors. Easy to apply and covers well. I am very impressed.
Our daughter had new oak door fitted to all her down stairs doors. The builder who fitted them recommended osmo door oil. This oil did as it said on the tin and when we had finished the job the doors looked first class. As our daughter wanted her upstairs pine doors refreshed we used the oil on them as well she was very pleased with the results.
Quality product with only a small acceptable colour change on a cottage style oak veneer door.
Looks fantastic great product
Excellent product gives a great finish
very good product gives a lovely finish to your wood i used this on my spindles and they look amazing i would highly reccomend this product
Basically Osmo Door Oil does exactly what it says on the tin. If you follow the directions you will end up with a beautiful finish which is also robust. So glad I found it before I resorted to ordinary varnish as I have ten new oak doors to treat.
Great oil for doors which enhances the wood grain. Worth every penny. Wood finish direct are the cheapest around for this product
I was recommended this product by our carpenter as he said it will bring out a slightly darker colour to the doors and would protect them for years. It has made them slightly darker in colour and they look so much better. We had brought oak veneer doors and they were quite light in colour. They now look like very expensive solid oak doors. So glad we listened to our carpenter.
Bought to oil an oak veneer door. Brought them up a treat!
If you want to oil an hardwood door, use this product!
Used this product on veneered doors as advised by the door manufacturer in replacement for Danish oil.Application as you would Danish oil and leaves a low satin finish. Overall good product of which I would have no hesitation in using again . Little costly if doing large areas
Very easy to use and leave a great finish on the doors
Have used Osmo products for floors. This one for veneered doors produces the same excellent finish and is easy to apply. Despite the manufacturers advice not to use oil finishes the Osmo product does not result in delamination. Highly recommended.
Used this on 11 veneered oak doors. Gave a good finish. Make sure you lightly rub down between coats with a fine sandpaper, it's worth the effort. Was a bit disappointed in how much it darkened the doors.
Easy to apply made my doors look really expensive
Well worth buying for a natural look. Easy to apply.