How to Protect Your Wooden Furniture in Summer

How to Protect Your Wooden Furniture in Summer

Spring and Summer will soon be here making now the perfect opportunity to get all the equipment you need to make the garden look presentable. 

One product you most definitely need to add to your list is Osmo UV Protection Oil 420, the first clear UV protection oil for outdoors!

Not only will Osmo UV Protection Oil help protect your wooden furniture from discolouring due to the harmful UV rays, it will also...

  • Enable your wood to breathe whilst also reducing swelling and shrinkage
  • Repel water
  • Prevent your wood from cracking, peeling and flaking

Not only that but Osmo UV Protection Oil Extra can either be used as a top coat on already colour treated wood which will help prolong the renovation intervals significantly or as a single product it will block the greying process on vertical surfaces. 

When it comes to knowing where you can apply Osmo UV Protection Oil, take a look below...

  • Doors
  • Windows
  • Window Shutters
  • Car-ports
  • Timber Cladding
  • Balconies
  • Fences
  • Summer Houses
  • Bamboo Poles

Did you know Osmo UV Protection Oil is based on natural plant oils such as sunflower oil, soya oil, thistle oil and linseed oil. Additionally, Osmo UV Protection Oil also includes siccatives (drying agents) and additives, biocidal active ingredient: Propicona- zole. Dearomatized white spirit (benzene-free). EU limit value for this product (cat. A/e): 400 g/l VOC (2010). This product contains max. 400 g/l VOC. (A detailed declaration of ingredients can be made available upon request.)

When it comes to apply Osmo UV Protection Oil, we would recommend using a flat brush or a microfibre roller. Ensure you apply the oil thinly along the wood grain and spread well. Once you have allowed the oil to dry in a well ventilated area for 12 hours, then go ahead and apply a second coat. However, if you are applying as a top coat to an already colour treated area, one coat should be more than enough.

Now you know everything there is to know about Osmo UV Protection Oil, the only thing left to do is to grab yours via the link here

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