|No. of coats||1|
|Coverage||Up to 8m² per litre|
|Drying time||24 hrs|
|Size||125ml, 750ml, 2.5L|
|MPN||4006A, 4006C, 4006D|
|GTIN||4006850105748, 4006850103454, 4006850103461|
Osmo Wood Protector (4006) is suitable for any interior wood particularly susceptible to blue stain (e.g. Pine), e.g. wooden flooring, window frames and wood in baths. Also suitable for exterior wood, for which an absolutely ecological, non-biocidal impregnation is desired.
This product is compatible with all commonly used glues and putties with the exception of products containing Silicon.
Please be advised that 125ml tins are printed in German only. For application instructions refer to the Application section below.
Wood surface must be clean, dry and frost-free (moisture content max. 18%).
Always do a small test area before starting any project and follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times. Stir thoroughly before use and periodically during application. If possible, apply the first coat to all sides of the wood before installation to offer the best all-round protection.
Osmo Wood Protector is designed as a pre-treatment before the application of an Osmo interior finish or Osmo exterior finish. Any top coat (except One Coat Only or Fence and Garden Stain) should be applied within one week of using Osmo Wood Protector (4006).
Please note: Water based stains and other water based products cannot be used on top of this product.
Good product, easy to apply.
Only time will tell if this protects my brand new oak drainer against rot. In combination with Osmo Top Oil my oak drainer should last forever -- I'll let you know how its looking in 10 years.
Very different from Polyx Oil. Different formulation - presumably better suited to protection. Final finish with Polyx oil on top was excellent.
Easy to use and clean up afterwards.
10 out of 10
the best... honestly. was recommended to me by a carpenter of 30 years. now having used it i can say it is better than danish oil, or linseed or any other worktop oil you care to try. my builder was also really impressed with it. goes on perfectly. now the wood shows zero signs of marks since using this. excellent.
Used as base coat on bathroom door. Topped with a couple of coats poly oil. No more water marks. Works a treat.
Sealed the new wood easily and well
Best to put on with a cloth I used a brush took 3/4 days to dry
I hadn't used anything like before so it was slightly daunting, I needn't have worried, it was extremely easy to apply,
We were renovating our 15 year-old oak butchers block kitchen worktops which were looking very patchy. The area around the taps behind the kitchen sink had gone black owing to the amount of water which had splashed on to it and then soaked in over the years. Having sanded it all down that area still looked slightly darker than the rest but applied 2 coats of the wood protector hoping that it would stop any further damage. We then applied 2 coats of Osmo Top Oil 3058 which enhanced the worktop without making it too dark or orangey. The area behind the sink still gets splashed but the water just stays on the top and can be wiped off so not penetrating the wood. Really pleased with the result.
First time I've used this product...easy to apply ...seems like another product I'll be using from Osmo
Applied to one side of the bathroom door. Only been on 3 weeks so difficult to say if it will protect oak veneered door. Applied osmo wood oil over the top of this after 72 hours, slight darkening of wood noted than wood oil alone. Overall a positive experience, and great to get a tiny tin because that's all was needed! Great service from wood finishes direct.
Nothing works as well for longer
I had the Osmo protector and Osmo oil. It came when they said it would and was very well packaged. Since using it on our solid oak bathroom floor it looks amazing and was easy to apply. I would definitely use Wood Finishes Direct and Osma products again.
Very thin and goes a long way but once cured repelled water into beads. Used Osmo Door oil for 2nd coat - came out perfect - good rich grain!
I've always used this whether on floors, work surfaces, doors or anything else. It's very thin so soaks into the wood (read the instructions on the side, which say apply generously, not those on the lid which say apply sparingly). I'm sure it helps give a more durable surface and, but this may just be my perception, I think it brings out the grain better than the polyx oil alone. Only downside is that you cannot put the next coat on for 24 hours, although it is usually dry enough to walk on within 12.