How to prepare the wood surface for treatment?

Wood surface must be clean, dry and frost-free with a maximum moisture content of 20% (be cautious with woods with high moisture such as Green Oak). Clean or slightly sand old microporous finishes, remove old varnishes or lacquers by sanding. Sand carefully before application starting with a coarse paper - final sanding for flooring P100-150, [...]

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Can I use your products on top of other finishes?

Our products achieve the best results and the intended appearance when applied directly onto the wood. Applying over other finishes may be problematic as these previous treatments may have worn in some areas more than others, causing a patchy or uneven result. We recommend to clean or slightly sand old microporous finishes, but varnishes and [...]

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What sanding methods do you recommend?

Sand carefully before application (sanding between coats is not necessary) starting with a coarse paper - final sanding for flooring P100-150. Sanding grades finer than P150 closes up the wood grain, which slows the penetration of the oil. Final surface sanding P180-240 is acceptable for furniture that will be treated with a cloth application.

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How can I stain my floor?

Osmo Polyx®-Oil Tints offer a range of lightly pigmented wood stains or alternatively Osmo Wood Wax Finish Transparent offers a wider range of highly pigmented wood stains. Additionally our Professional Colour Oils can be used to achieve a colour coat, prior to finishing with Polyx 2K 6125. Choose the wood stain of your choice from [...]

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