Osmo Wood Wax Finish Clear Extra Thin is a natural oil/wax based interior finish for exotic wood species. In one simple application it produces a rich professional satin finish which can be polished for a higher sheen. The grain and texture of the exotic wood is accentuated. Water-repellent and dirt resistant, will not suffer from water marks.
Designed to deeply penetrate into exotic and dark wood species such as Jatoba, Meranti, Mahogany, Merbau, Ebony etc. Ideal for wooden flooring, furniture and joinery, suitable for all interior wood. Can also be used in bathrooms and kitchens without the need for a base coat.
For interior use only. Typical uses include ceiling profiles, joinery, skirting, doors, paneling and interior timber cladding. Especially recommended for children's toys and furniture. Can also be applied to flooring. For use on a wooden floor apply just one coat and follow up with a coat of clear Polyx®-Oil. During application process the ventilation quality can affect drying times.
24m²/L with one coat. Two coats recommended. Use roller or brush. Apply at a temperature between +5°C to 35°C. Approximate drying time is 24hrs.
Store in a dry place. Can last for up to 5 years if kept closed tightly. If thickened by frost it will regain normal consistency if left at a regular temperature for a minimum of 24hrs.
Ensure wood surface is dry and clean. Product is ready to use as is. Do not thin, stir well before use. Clean or gently sand old microporous finishes, remove any old varnish and ensure all small cracks, larger dents and small holes in the wood are filled and smooth.
Osmo Wood Wax Finish Clear Extra Thin can be applied by brushing, wiping, dipping, or spraying in an enclosed unit.
Apply evenly along the wood grain with a Natural Bristle Brush or a lint-free cloth (e.g. for furniture).
1st coat: apply thinly. Allow to dry for approx. 30 minutes with good ventilation. Wipe away any excess product. Reapply to unsaturated areas.
Repeat for a 2nd coat.
Recommended number of coats: 1 coat for furniture / 2 coats for flooring.
When renovating, one coat applied to a clean and dry surface is usually sufficient.
Always test the product on a small sample area before complete application.