Ardec Osmo Polyx-Oil provides a tough finish to interior wood and is especially recommended for wooden floors and furniture. Oil-Polyx is composed of natural vegetable oils and waxes. It protects wood from water, dirt, beer, wine, soft drinks and The attack of saliva. The surface finish achieved by this unique oil and wax formula can be spot repaired and/or repaired without sanding. Therefore, a complete renovation is never required. Osmo Polyx-Oil provides a microporous surface that is not Will crack, crack or peel. Natural oils and waxes are easy to apply and offer superior durability compared to traditional finishes. If you are ordering just one sample or more, it will be shipped via Canada Post letter service. Oil-Polyx 3051 Raw Wood contains white pigments and can be used to maintain the whiteness of white woods (white pine, maple, cedar, spruce, beech, poplar, oak) or white or gray wood. Oil-Polyx 3051 Raw Wood is not recommended for use in clear grained Wood (walnut, mahogany, elm) or wood in a color other than white or gray.
The surface must be clean and dry (maximum humidity 18%). Clean or lightly sand the old microporous finish to remove old varnish. If necessary, sand the surface (rough surface) before application. 120 - 150 grit paper is recommended for final sanding. Remove dust thoroughly. Floors can be stained with Osmo Deco Wax if desired. Osmo Polyx Oil comes ready to use, should not be diluted and shake well before use. First Coat: Apply a thin, even first coat in the direction of the wood grain using the Osmo Natural Bristle Brush, Osmo Floor Brush or Osmo Roller. Allow to dry approximately 8 to 10 hours. Make sure there is good ventilation and the temperature is above 18°C. Second coat: Apply a second thin coat in the same manner as the first coat. Immediately wipe off excess.
Cork will absorb more oil—wipe off excess immediately and allow to dry for at least 24 hours to ensure good air circulation after each painting. Some wood species are very dense or rich in oils and resins so they are not compatible with Osmo Polyx Oil. Please test the product first or contact support for advice. Osmo Polyx Oil may take some time to dry in humid air, low temperatures or if you apply too much product. These oils enhance the natural color of the wood (wet effect). You can remove any brush marks within 30 minutes of application. For cork, they recommend that you make sure the layer is extra thin, as the material is very absorbent. Cork usually takes longer to dry (at least 24 hours). Note: Inside cabinets and drawers, apply only a thin coat with a cloth. A surface that has been treated requires minimal upkeep.