|No. of coats||2|
|Coverage||Up to 24m² per litre|
|Drying time||6 hrs|
Osmo Door Oil is a blend of natural oils and waxes for use on all interior wooden doors.
Wooden surfaces to be treated with Osmo Door Oil should be clean, dry and frost-free (moisture content max. 18%).
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.
Please Note: Applying the product too generously and insufficient ventilation can lead to delays in drying time.
Clean tools after use with Osmo Brush Cleaner and Thinner (8000).
For dark and extractive-rich hardwoods, e.g. Wenge, Merbau and Jatoba, we recommend using Osmo Wood Wax Finish Extra Thin (1101).
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 lovely finish. Doors look fantastic
This is the first time I have used this product and I am delighted with the results. Applied this product by using a lint free cloth, found it easier than a brush or roller. Two coats as recommended and lightly sanded between coats. I liked the final finish it gave the doors (slight sheen) as I did not want a glossy finish.
I have used Osmo Door Oil on my internal, oak veneer doors. I ordered these unfinished and with Osmo, their are not only well protected from sticky fingers, condensation and sunlight, it also brings out the beautiful grain of the oak. There is always a risk with veneer when using a solvent based preservative that it may lead to the veneer peeling or blistering. Not with Osmo though. Germen engineering at its best!
After searching the Web and checking which door protection to use on my oak doors, I finally decide to use this. I was not disappointed very easy to apply and only required 2x coats.
Really good finish which is hard wearing and shows the wood grain to best effect. Very slow to dry (around 16 hours) and strong smell lasts for about 3 days after using.
osmo door oil do'es as it say's on the tin. I did four doors with two coats on each side and have still got a quarter of the tin left. It gives a very good finish although the drying times are a lot longer that is quoted,
Easy to apply. Great finish allowing the natural wood to shine through .
Easy to apply and gives a great finish.
I bought this product after studying reviews on line. How right they were and how pleased I am. I have 9 oak-veneered doors, which looked perfectly fine, but, now they've been oiled, they look SO much better. They look far more expensive than they were. The oil itself was easy to put on, BUT, a little goes a long way and I did get a couple of runs, but, that's my fault, trying to rush it! Should have worked it in more.
Would buy again for new wood coverage
Did the job perfectly, great price compared to other retailers. Covered new oak doors really made a difference.
Easy to apply and a great finish.
The product finishes the doors off beautifully. Needs two coats as on the tin. Fabulous and easy to apply
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