Osmo Top Oil

  4.9/5.0 (324 reviews)
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1 coat = Renovation
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2 coats = Bare Wood
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Wood type and application method can vary coverage.

  • A professional top oil for wooden worktops and tables
  • Offers a very strong and durable finish
  • Excellent resistance against water, juices, wine, coffee,beer and fizzy drinks
  • Good performance in high humidity areas
  • Does not peel, flake, crack or blister
  • Enhances natural beauty of wood
  • Food safe when dry
  • Based on natural oils
  • Low V.O.C content
Brand Osmo
No. of coats 2
Coverage Up to 24 per litre
Drying time hrs
Size 500ml
MPN 3058, 3028, 3068, 3061
GTIN 4006850118823, 4006850754588, 4006850334605, 4006850667413

Osmo Top Oil 3068 Natural may produce a slightly milky or white film effect on darker exotic hardwoods such as Iroko. This is caused by the very small amount of white pigment that Osmo add to the oil to retain the natural, unfinished look of lighter woods such as Oak, Pine, Larch and Beech.

Osmo Top Oil 3061 Acacia is a lightly pigmented / coloured version of Osmo Top Oil. This variation adds colour to worktops for an elegant finish.

Osmo Top Oil 3058 Matt emphasizes the wood's grain and natural characteristics, and provides a warm and rich effect without a sheen.

Osmo Top Oil 3028 Satin is subtle with a noble shimmer which resembles and emphasizes the wood grain modestly.

Ensure that real wood kitchen work surfaces and worktops are clear of dirt, debris and other contaminates before applying Osmo Top Oil.

  • New or previously oiled work tops can be lightly sanded back to a 120 - 150 grit finish
  • To remove existing paint or varnishes, use a suitable Paint or Varnish Remover
  • Fill small cracks, larger joints or holes with an appropriate filler such as Osmo Wood Filler

Applying Osmo Top Oil

Always do a test area before starting any project and follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times. Osmo Top Oil is ready to use and does not require thinning. Stir well before use

  1. Apply thinly along the wood grain with a lint-free cloth
  2. Remove any excess top oil
  3. Allow to dry appropriately with good ventilation
  4. Repeat the same process again

The grain of the wood is enhanced once this product has been applied and if the final finish is not shiny enough, buffing it with a cloth will create a sheen. Because the natural oils and waxes penetrate deep into the surface they help to keep the wood supple thus preventing it from getting dry and brittle and reducing swelling and shrinkage.

If a deeper satin finish is required, the oiled surface can be polished with Osmo Liquid Wax Cleaner once the surface has fully dried.

Oiled surfaces should not be cleaned with a steam cleaner or steam mop as this degrades the performance of the finish.

Regular Cleaning

Kitchen work surfaces and table tops that have been treated with Osmo Top Oil can be cleaned with Osmo Wash And Care and a damp cloth, then wiped dry.

Deep Cleaning

Stubborn marks and stains can be removed by using Osmo Liquid Wax Cleaner, that both cleans and regenerates oiled surfaces

Renovation

Renovating, even partially, is easy. Just clean and re-treat worn areas with a thin coat of Osmo Top Oil - no sanding, no repair marks, no removal of previous Top Oil finish. No repair marks will be visible if applied thinly and appropriately.

324 customer reviews
4.9/5.0
 
Great finish by HAROLD RUSSELL

4 coats of Top oil on new oak worktops. Looks very good.

Reviewed Satin on: 19/05/17
Arrived well packaged and promptly by Ina Lohrberg

Excellent product - this will be my choice for my worktop protection from now on. Worktops are easy to clean after a few treatments, liquids seem to bead of the wood, and don't stain - but the wood retains its natural look and feel.

Reviewed Matt on: 14/05/17
Same as above by James Roberts

same as above

Reviewed Matt on: 09/05/17
Good for wooden kitchen surfaces by Amanda Cartridge
Reviewed Matt on: 08/05/17
Amazing product by Nciky Donald

Really easy to use, looks fantastic. YouTube was handy for seeing how to apply- I did two coats thinly then a generous couple of coats on a fresh oak worktop and the result is stunning. The smell is quite nice, too.

Reviewed Matt on: 30/04/17
Worth the effort by Nigel Freeland

I was a little worried after reading some reviews, but tried it anyway. I'm glad that I did. I ordered the natural oil because I didn't want glossy oak work tops and definitely not the yellowing that comes with Danish oil. The finish is fantastic, no shine and almost looks almost limed. The oak tops have almost kept their natural colour. Make sure that you sand the wood perfect down to 240 grit then 2 thin coats allowing a day before the second coat. I was worried about putting it on too thick and consequently didn't put it enough on. The surface looked great but marked very easily. So 2 more coats and everything looks fine. Water just bobbles on the surface and stains just wipe off. It's only been finished a couple of weeks but still looks fantastic.

Reviewed Natural on: 26/04/17
Easy to apply, lasting protection by Paul Ensor

Osmo top oil is safe to use on kitchen worktops showing off the natural beauty of the wood. It is so easy to apply anyone can do it, and provides excellent protection against the rigours of the kitchen.

Reviewed Satin on: 26/04/17
Very happy repeat user by Tom Spriggs

I use in all my DIY projects. Its food (and child) safe, its a nice matt finish and easy to apply and reapply. It weathers slowly and subtly.

Reviewed Matt on: 23/04/17
Great product and easy to use by K Kingsford
Reviewed Matt on: 19/04/17
Easy to apply, gave a good finish and although only been on for a couple of weeks seems durable Good results by giving it a light rub down after the first coat by Paul Soffe

Good results by giving it a light rub down after the first coat. Covers well, and gives a very natural finish.

Reviewed Satin on: 06/04/17
Great product by Dr Daniel Holyoake

Excellent finish appearance and quality, very easy to apply though best after several coats.

Reviewed Natural on: 04/04/17
Great product by Debbie Pratley

We purchased the Osmo top oil to wax our new work tops. We found it easy to apply & it didnt smell to much either. The oil really makes the grain stand out & enhances the colour of the wood beautifully

Reviewed Satin on: 28/03/17
Great product by Jess Taylor

Applied 3 coats of this over a layer of osmo wood protector on my oak worktop. It's only been a few weeks but so far we're impressed. It gives a lovely rich colour to the wood and water, tomato juice, cola, red wine and tea so far have not left any marks. We have been careful and wiped up fairly quickly but still feel that this gives good protection.

Reviewed Matt on: 25/03/17
It does exactly what it says on the tin by Averil Batting
Reviewed Natural on: 25/03/17
Apply multiple thin coats to achieve best results Excellent product by Mr Gary Kidd
Reviewed Natural on: 25/03/17
Easy to use -- brings a beautiful satin finish to the wood by Debra Freechild

I've used this over Osmo Wood Protector as a water resistant top protection on a brand new oak draining board. It looks fantastic -- but only time will tell if it protects the wood against rotting.

Reviewed Satin on: 24/03/17
Proper job for work tops by Robert Anderson

Best.

Reviewed Matt on: 16/03/17
Produced a great finish by Helen Jones
Reviewed Matt on: 09/03/17
Excellent Product by Rob Weekes

Used on 2 large kitchen worktops which havent been oiled for a number of years. So lots of preparation involved.First coat when on a treat,subsequent coats when on pefectly,just make sure you leave enough time between coats.I used the satin finish as it seemed to added a bit more depth to the wood.

Reviewed Satin on: 09/03/17
Excellent as ever by Liz Webb

Wonderful waterproof finish to my beech surfaces after sanding off the polyurethane varnish that previous owners had applied numerous times!

Reviewed Natural on: 08/03/17