Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain
Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain will provide a high level of protection and enhancement for your exterior woodwork and joinery.
A decorative, oil-based protective finish for all exterior use. Microporous and allows the wood to breathe. Reduces the risk of swelling and shrinkage. Active ingredients to slow growth of mildew, algae and fungal. Proven finish in all kinds of climatic conditions.
FurnitureThis oil is perfect for garden furniture. Use 2 coats for full protection.
We recommend a base coat of Osmo Natural Wood Stain with a top coat of Osmo UV Anti-Slip Decking Oil 430 or Osmo Teak Oil 007.
Also tintable to RAL colours by request (please allow 3 weeks waiting time).
- Base and top coat in one finish
- Quick drying
- No sanding necessary for future applicaitons
- Water, weather and UV resistant
- Does not crack, flake, peel or blister
|Coverage||Up to 26m² per litre|
|Application||Osmo Soft Tip Brush or Osmo Premium Roller|
|Drying Time||12 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).|
Wood surface must be clean, dry and frost-free (moisture content max. 20%).
Ready to use oil. Do not thin. Stir well before use.
If you can, please apply the first coat to all sides before installation.
Clean old microporous stains thoroughly, and remove old paints and lacquers.
We recommend wearing a dust mask during sanding.
Please conduct a trial application. The finished surface can be influenced by the condition of the wood.
Pre-treat the wood with Osmo WR Base Coat if you need additional protection against blue stain, rot and insects.
Apply thinly along wood grain and spread well.
Allow to dry for approx. 4-6 hours under good ventilation.
Apply a second coat.
For renovation works, one coat will usually be sufficient.