Osmo Polyx-Oil is a general purpose Hardwax-Oil wood finish that is derived from natural vegetable oils and waxes. Resistant to water, dirt, beer, wine, cola and saliva, Osmo Polyx-Oil is microporous and molecularly bonds with the wood, meaning it does not crack, flake, peel or blister. Our new advanced formula of Polyx-Oil has been specially engineered in Germany to be the first Hardwax-Oil available on the North American market that can be easily applied with a brush or roller, with no buffing necessary! Can be spot-repaired and/or restored/renewed with no sanding required, therefore wood never needs complete sanding and refinishing again.
|Application Temp.||+5°C to 35°C|
|Colours||3031 Matte, 3043 Satin, 3051 Raw|
|Approx. Coverage||24m²/L (258 ft2/L) with one coat|
|Approx. Dry Time||8-10 hrs|
|Number of Coats||2 coats|
|Sizes||10L, 125mL, 2.5L, 750mL, Sample Sachet (5mL)|
First Coat: Apply one thin coat with an Osmo Floor Brush or Osmo Floor Roller. Our rollers have a 4.5mm nap.
Second Coat: Roll or Brush a thin second coat
Third Coat: Usually a third coat is not required, however highly absorbent or dry timbers may appear to require a third coat.
Please consult OSMO technical support at 1-844-OSMOCAN prior to carrying out a third coat
Tinting: Osmo Wood Wax Finish can also be used to lightly tint Polyx®-Oil 3054 up to a ratio of 10:1. Do not exceed a ratio of 10 parts Polyx®-Oil 3054 to 1 part Wood Wax Finish.
Ex. For Natural (no colour change from raw wood) tint Polyx-Oil with Wood Wax Finish 3111 White at 3% for the base-coat, followed by a coat of clear (untinted) Polyx-Oil as a top-coat.
Cure Period: Osmo Hardwax-Oil(s) like all floor finishes have a cure period. We recommend allowing 2 weeks for the surface to fully cure and harden prior to damp-mopping or placing rugs/mats on the surface.
Apply two thin coats with our fleece applicator pads (best way to ensure you avoid over-application).
Apply three thin coats with a lint-free microfibre cloth. ie. Osmo Easy Pads.
WARNING: Cloths saturated with product are a spontaneous combustion hazard and should be left out unfolded until dried, prior to disposal or preferably stored in a proper fireproof container
Apply two thin coats with non-abrasive white scotchbrite pads