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.
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.
Easy to apply dries quickly and really brings out the grain
An easily applied product that results in a beautiful, grain enhancing finish which is, hopefully, very hard wearing.
The door oil applies evenly with a cloth and leaves a lovely finish to the doors. It does raise the grain a little on the first coat but a little 0000 wire wool clears the surface for the second and final coat....easy to use, great result and protects your expensive doors for years to come.
The same item was a third more expensive locally so a quick search located wood finishes to be the most competitive and they sent it half way across the country for next day delivery and it arrived right on time perfectly packaged.Outstanding Service.
I bought expensive doors oak laminated not solid wood. The carpenter who fitted them recommended the door oil, he was right two coats left a beautiful finish HINT rub down with fine sand paper or wire wool in between coats. I tried skimping on one door had to put on three coats
Used a mini gloss roller on oak veneered Howdens doors - used a bit more than it says on the tin (11 doors needed 3 and a half tins) but the second coat comes out beautifully rich enhancing the grain. Well worth it.
A little does go a long way. The instructions say a tin does 4 doors so I used a child's 5ml medicine syringe to put 60ml of the oil into an old jam jar. This was the best way I found to make sure I wasn't using too much. The 60ml would cover 1 side and a top or bottom and an edge of an oak door at a time. Just remember that if you have glazing in the door you will not need as much. I applied the door oil with an old paint brush and it gave a great finish. The oil doesn't leave brush marks when you go over the same area multiple times - DIY novices could use it with no problems. Plus points are that it covers like a dream with no brush marks, does not stink of solvents when drying, drys pretty quickly before the second coat can be applied and makes a timber door look amazing! Negative point is the price, BUT, you get what you pay for. Why scrimp on the finish and longevity of expensive wood doors? Hope this helps someone decide whether to use the product or not.
This is so easy to apply but gives a great finish to oak doors. Two coats with a paint brush, sanding in between coats.
Easy to apply, 5 doors done in no time. Even one count looked fab.
Really fast job as it needs only two coats and dries quickly. The finish looks good. Time will tell with endurance and durability.
Have bought Osmo oil several times, finish is excellent and it is easy to apply.
Together with all the other reviews, I have used this product before after watching a nice chap reviewing this product ( he has nothing to do with the company just a fan of the product, and I am right behind him !
Great product for our new oak doors. Easy to use and didn't leave any streaks. Very pleased with purchase.
This is ones of the easiest produces I have used. Follow the instructions and spread well, a little goes along way. This is a clear produce, it brings out the woods natural colour and grain. Brushes clean easily too. My natural oak interior doors look lovely. Very pleased, an excellent product .
Unfortunately this product could not be used on Veneered doors so had to return, but WFD were excellent.
Good product for veneered doors BUT it smells for weeks!!
Expensive but excellent product. A little truly does go a long way. I researched a good number of different products and brands having not oiled a door before. Went on fantastically well and the result was a beautiful finish with only the lightest of sanding between the two coats.
Purchased this to use on 11 new internal oak veneered doors . I am a 60 year old woman and found it easy to use . Bought 3 litres and will have approx 3 quarters of a litre left after 3 coats each door . I made myself put it on very thinly , it goes a long way . Very pleased with colour and look of doors . Sand down with a hand sander after each coat , I used 2 coats on a few doors then sanded , not as good a finish as sanding each time . Smell is fine , not over powering . Would recommend.
Would definitely recommend this product.
This.product is easily applied and when 2 coats are done it brings the timbers character out whilst protecting it .