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OSMO UV PROTECTION OIL

OSMO UV PROTECTION OIL

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£85.92 inc. VAT

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Overview

Osmo UV Protection Oil provides a protective finish in a beautiful satin sheen for exterior vertical woodwork. The clear finish enhances the wood’s natural beauty and character. Two coats can be applied to the timber for optimum protection and a warm rich effect, or the finish can be used as a top coat for wood previously colour treated (such as Osmo Country Colour).

 

FEATURES

  • A professional solvent-based UV-resistant wood oil
  • Outstanding durability against weathering
  • The 420 Extra contains active biocides to protect wood against mould, algae and fungal attack
  • 410 is without biocides – a more ‘eco friendly’ finish
  • Very easy to maintain and patch repair if required

 

Application:Brush
Coverage:20m²/Litre
Number of Coats:2
Drying Times @ 23°C
Touch Dry:
12 hours
Pot LifeUp to 5 years if can is kept dry and closed tightly

 

Technical Info

Gravity (kg/l):0.90-1.0g/cm³
Viscosity @ 20°C:>50s DIN EN ISO 2431/3 mm, viscid
VOC Content:Max. 400g/l

 

Usage

PREPARATION

Wooden surfaces must be clean, dry and free from contaminates (max. moisture content 20%).

 

New Wood

  1. Surfaces should be sanded with P120 grit abrasive and no finer
  2. New wood and especially exotic hardwoods should be allowed to weather for approximately 6 weeks prior to application of Osmo UV Protection Oil
  3. De-grease surfaces with methylated spirit or Osmo Brush Cleaner and Thinner 8000 before oiling
  4. Fill any holes or gaps with exterior wood filler
  5. For enhanced protection, apply a base coat of Osmo WR Base Coat

 

Old Wood

  1. Clean old microporous oil finishes thoroughly
  2. Treat areas affected by mould and algae with Osmo Gard Clean
  3. Completely remove old paints and lacquers
  4. If the colour of the timber has turned grey over time, this can be restored using Osmo Wood Reviver Power Gel 6609 prior to oiling
  5. Start with the steps for New Wood

 

APPLICATION

Always do a test area before starting any project to assess product suitability and to check you are happy with the final finish. Ensure you are following the manufacturer’s instructions on the tin. The product is ready to use and does not require thinning.

1. Stir thoroughly before and during application

2. Treat all sides of the timber including edges and ends prior to installation

3. Apply protection oil thinly along the wood grain with Osmo Soft Tip Brush

4. Work the oil into the grain and wipe off any excess

5. Allow to fully dry and repeat for second coat

 

AFTER CARE

Regular Cleaning

Use Osmo Exterior Spray Cleaner 8027 for regular cleaning

 

Renovation

When renovation is required, ensure the surfaces are clean and dry.

  1. Lightly stand to remove surface dirt and debris
  2. Apply a thin coat of Osmo UV Protection Oil, taking care to work the oil into the surface and ensuring you are wiping off any excess
  3. For wood that has become discoloured or has mould/algae/moss visible, please refer to the preparation steps above

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