Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain is a great product should you be looking to apply a base and top coat in one finish as well as many other benefits (which we will get into later on) but how can you apply this exterior wood stain oil so you can get the very best out of it?
Below, we have provided a step by step guide on how to get the most out of applying Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain. Check it out...
- Apply thinly along the wood grain with an Osmo Flat Brush or Osmo Microfibre Roller, and then spread evenly.
- 4-6 hours should be given to drying with proper ventilation.
- Apply a second coat after that and make sure to repeat step 2.
If you are renovating then one coat applied to a dry, clean surface is typically sufficient.
Before following the above application steps, it is important that your wooden surface is properly prepared therefore make sure to follow the 'Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain Preparation' advice via the link here along with maintenance information once you have applied the exterior wood stain oil here
As mentioned above, Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain has many benefits when it comes to using the product on your wooden surfaces, so let's take a further look...
✅ Water and dirt resistant
✅ Weather and UV resistant
✅ Reduces wood swelling and shrinkage
✅ No sanding needed when topping up coating
✅ Microporous, so it will not crack, peel or flake
✅ Base and top coat applied in one finish
And if that was enough, Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain also comes in 19 different shades so you can customise your wooden surface however you'd like. Wood finish stain colours include...
Pine | Clear, Matt | Larch | Mahogany | Oak | Walnut | Teak | Stone Pine | Ebony | Rosewood | Red Cedar | Fir Green | Oregon Pine | Light Oak | White | Basalt Grey | Patina | Pearl Grey | Quartz Grey
We hope you found this blog post helpful and it answered some of your questions on how to get the most out of Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain. For more information or to make a purchase, click the link here
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