Osmo Concrete Oil
Seals your porous tiles with a moisture-repellent barrier made from natural oils and waxes.
Osmo Concrete Oil will form a water and dirt repellent barrier on the surface. Made from a blend of antural oils and waxes which is ideal for use in kitchens and bathrooms.
If you are looking for an oil which protexts exterior stone and concete please see osmo Stone and Terracotta Oil.
Area of Use
Ideally suited for use in kitchens and bathrooms - floors, wall paneling, window sills, table tops and work tops made of concrete, screed, artifical and natural stone, unglazed tiles. Greatly reduces dust and protects against staining.
- Penetrates deep into the substrate
- Seals porous tiles - ready for grouting
- Reduces dust from concrete and screed surfaces
- Does not crack, peel, flake or blister
- Dries to a clear satin finish
- Low odour
|Coverage||Up to 50m² per litre|
|Application||Roller for large areas, Brush or Fleece for small areas|
|Drying Time||9 hours|
|Coats||2 coats recommended|
|Cleanup||With Osmo Brush Cleaner|
|Storage||5 years if can kept dry and firmly shut. Store for 24–36 hours at room temperature before use|
|Ingredients||Based on natural plant oils (sunflower oil, soya oil, thistle oil and linseed oil), siccatives (drying agents) and additives, biocidal active ingredient: Propiconazole. Dearomatized white spirit (benzene-free).|
Ensure that surfaces are clean, dry and free from contaminants such as dirt, dust, grease etc. Please apply to porous substrates only.
Always conduct a test area on an inconspicuous area of the substrate to check for product suitability. Yellowing can occasionally occur on white and light coloured surfaces. Follow manufacturer's guidelines on the tin.
The oil is ready to use, please do not dilute. Stir well and do not shake.
2. Remove any surplus oil using a pad or lint-free cloth.
3. For larger areas, remove any excess using a rubber scraper and polish with a buffing machine.
4. Once all oil has been absorbed, allow to dry for 8-10 hours.
5. Apply a second thin coat. Allow to fully dry.
6. If renovating a previously oiled finish, one coat on a prepared surface should be sufficient.