Osmo UV Protection Oil

Osmo offer a large range of UV protection oils with the standard 410 UV Protection Oil, the UV Extra 420 which includes a biocide, the 425 Extra which also includes...
Osmo offer a large range of UV protection oils with the standard 410 UV Protection Oil, the UV Extra 420 which includes a biocide, the 425 Extra which also includes a light Oak pigment, 428 Extra that includes a Cedar Pigment and 429 Extra Natural that has a small amount of white pigment to retain the look of light coloured European woods such as Oak. Using a pigment will always give you significantly more UVR resistance than just using a clear product. We strongly recommend that a test is always done on a small inconspicuous area first.
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    • £ 1.04 In Stock
      • Highly water and dirt resistant
      • Reduces swelling & shrinkage
      • Doesn't crack, flake or peel
      • No sanding for future coats

      All exterior woods will grey naturally but Osmo's UV Protection Oil 410 and 420 Extra have been designed to protect and enhance the wood's natural colour whilst slowing the greying process by 12 times compared to untreated wood. Ideal for vertical joinery such as windows, doors, cladding etc, the natural oil based microporous finish does not crack, flake,...

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    • £ 1.04 In Stock
      • Water & Dirt Resistant
      • UV Protective Coating
      • Reduces swelling & shrinkage
      • Resists algae, mildew & fungae

      Osmo UV Protection Oil Tints 424 Spruce, 425 Oak, 426 Larch, 427 Douglas Fir, 428 Cedar and 429 Natural are a range of transparent, lightly pigmented UV protection oils designed to enhance and protect the timber they are applied to.

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    Osmo UV Protection Oil

    Osmo offer a large range of UV protection oils with the standard 410 UV Protection Oil, the UV Extra 420 which includes a biocide, the 425 Extra which also includes a light Oak pigment, 428 Extra that includes a Cedar Pigment and 429 Extra Natural that has a small amount of white pigment to retain the look of light coloured European woods such as Oak. Using a pigment will always give you significantly more UVR resistance than just using a clear product. We strongly recommend that a test is always done on a small inconspicuous area first.

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