UV Protection Oil

CLEAR NATURAL OIL-BASED UV PROTECTIVE FINISH

Osmo UV-Protection Oil Extra is a satin-matt, natural oil based and microporous finish, does not crack, flake, peel or blister. It is water and dirt resistant, moisture regulating and reduces wood swelling and shrinkage. The natural oils enhance the natural character and tone of the wood.

Colour
420 Clear Extra
410 Clear
425 Oak
428 Cedar
429 Natural Extra
424 Spruce
426 Larch
427 Douglas Fir
431 Light Red Cedar
433 Light Oak
432 Light Oak
Size

  • Clear Natural Oil-based finish with 12x UV-Protection
  • Very water and dirt resistant
  • Reduces wood swelling and shrinkage
  • 410 Clear is safe for humans, plants and animals once dry
  • 420, 425, 428 & 429 contains biocides to prevent the growth of algae, mildew and fungal attack
  • Microporous, breathable finish which does not crack, peel, flake or blister
  • No sanding necessary for future applications
WeightN/A
Application Temp.+5°C to 35°C
Colours410 Clear, 420 Clear Extra, 425 Oak Extra, 428 Cedar Extra, 429 Natural Extra
Approx. Coverage16m²/L (172 ft2/L) with one coat
Approx. Dry Time12 hrs
Number of Coats2 coats
Sizes750mL, 2.5L, Sample Sachet (5mL)

  1. Where possible treat all sides of the timber prior to installation
  2. Apply protection oil thinly along the wood grain with a natural bristle brush or microfiber roller.
  3. Allow to fully dry 10-12 hours before re-coating
  4. Apply a second coat as above

Please Note: Dried surface is satin-glossy at first and afterwards is satin.

 

Tip: The type and age of timber can have a dramatic impact on how much Decking-Oil you need.
As an example, softwood decking that is old will likely require more oil than a relatively new hardwood decking that still retains a fair amount of natural oil. To test how much oil your decking needs, apply one thin coat, allow to dry, then apply a droplet of oil in a corner. If the droplet of oil soaks into the wood then a further coat can be applied. Repeat this process until the droplet of oil sits as a bead on the surface of the wood and no longer soaks in to the timber. This is an indication that the timber has absorbed as much oil as possible and doesn’t require any more.

 

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