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Osmo Door Oil is made from a blend of natural oils, waxes and resins that are designed to enhance the appearance and protect a wide range of softwood and hardwood interior doors.
Osmo Door Oil 3060 (clear satin) emphasises the natural wood grain, giving a 'wet-look' finish whilst Osmo Door Oil 3033 (Raw) is designed to better retain the natural, untreated or raw appearance of internal doors.
Please note: Always check the manufacturers label on the door or with the door manufacturer before applying a door finish to confirm suitability. Some products may not be suitable for some types of door.
Due to the small amount of white pigments in the 'Raw' version of this product (3033), a faint white sheen may be visible on darker, exotic wood species. For this reason a test area is strongly recommended. For dark and extractive-rich hardwoods such as Wenge, Merbau and Jatoba, we recommend using Osmo Wood Wax Finish Extra Thin (1101). This is a very thin oil that can better penetrate the dense wood grain of exotic hardwoods.
Doors to be treated with Osmo Door Oil should be clean, dry and frost-free (moisture content max. 18%).
Doors situated in moisture rich environments such as kitchens and bathrooms can be treated with Osmo Wood Protector (4006) for additional protection prior to oiling. This base-coat is only recommended for use on doors being treated with the clear-satin door oil (3060) and not the 'Raw' version (3033). The base-coat (4006) will likely darken the wood to some degree which goes against what the 'Raw' is designed to achieve.
Always do a test area to assess product suitability and final finish. Follow the instructions on the osmo tin at all times. Stir well before use.
Doors that have been treated with Osmo Door Oil 3060 (satin) can be buffed to lift the sheen. For additional shine, doors can be polished with a clear wax or polish if desired.
Clean doors to remove surface dust and dirt then apply a thin maintenance coat of Osmo Door Oil to restore the finish if required.
For dull patches and light surface scratches, doors can be restored with Osmo Liquid Wax Cleaner. For deeper scratches and stains, lightly sand the affected area and re-apply a thin coat of Osmo Door Oil.
Clean tools after use with Osmo Brush Cleaner and Thinner (8000).
Here are some of the more commonly asked questions and answers about Osmo oil for doors. If you are looking for an answer to a more general door finishing question, take a look at our door finishes FAQ page.
A. Osmo Door Oil is formulated from a natural oil and wax blend and is perfect for interior veneered wooden doors. The unique formulation penetrates the surface grain of internal doors to protect them from grease, dirt, moisture, scuffs and stains. The microporous nature of oil finish means that it will not crack, peel, flake or blister.
A. Osmo Door Oil is touch-dry in 6 hours and fully dry in 24 hours. High room temperature and low humidity may speed drying whilst low temperatures and high humidity may increase drying times. Apply to internal doors thinly and follow the manufacturers instructions at all times.
A. Osmo Door Oil is perfect for solid oak and veneered oak doors. It's made from a unique blend of oils and waxes specifically designed to seal and protect interior wooden doors. The oil formulation penetrates to protect internal doors from grease, finger and hand marks, dirt, scuffs, stains and moisture. The microporous finish will not crack, peel, flake or blister.
A. Osmo Door Oil is very easy to apply and maintain. New bare wood or freshly sanded doors must be free from dust, dirt and any other surface contaminants. Use a natural bristle brush or uncoloured, lint-free cloth / microfiber cloth to apply the door oil. The key to a perfect finish is to apply the oil thinly and wipe off any excess oil from the surface. Only apply 2 thin coats as per the manufacturers instructions. For a more detailed guide on how to use Osmo Door Oil, see our YouTube guide to oiling wooden doors here.
A. Osmo Door Oil, as with any other wood oil or door oil, will darken the wood to give it an almost damp like appearance that enhances the natural character and grain of the timber. This can be tested before applying the oil by using a damp (not wet) clean cloth and slightly dampening the wood of the door. How the wood looks when damp is a good indication of how the door will look once oiled. To better retain the natural, untreated look of Oak doors, whilst still offering the same level of protection, consider Osmo Door Oil (Raw 3033).