Timber & Wood Protection A premium finish, at a sensible price Polyx®

-Oil from Osmo UK is a premium wood finish guaranteed to keep wooden surfaces in top condition. Ideal for solid engineered or laminate wood floors, it is a high quality, water-repellent and tread-resistant wood finish based on natural ingredients. Available in a matt, clear and satin-matt finishes, the Polyx®

can cover approximately 30m2 Polyx®

-Oil is also extremely easy to apply. Simply brush on to the wood surface to achieve deep, long-lasting penetration. Another key benefit of this wax- oil is that Polyx®

odourless, making Polyx®

-Oil has a reduced solvent content. Therefore it is virtually -Oil a much healthier (and also more pleasant) wood

care product to use. And for anyone suffering from asthma or other breathing problems, an odourless wax-oil is much preferred than conventional, solvent- based oil or wax finishes. It also contains no biocides or preservatives.

Ideal Wood Treatment Offering all the professional features of a traditional oil-based finish, Polyx®


Oil combines the smooth surface of conventional lacquers, and the ease of application of a water-based finish, while managing to eliminate the inherent disadvantages of these other types of finish. Unlike ordinary oil finish products which form a film on the wood, Polyx®

-Oil’s natural components penetrate

deeply into the wood to create a micro-porous finish. This allows the wood to breathe, moisture to evaporate and ensures a flawless finish both upon application and for many years to come.

After treatment, the wood is strengthened from within and retains its elasticity. It becomes water repellent, stain resistant and more hard-wearing, because it meets the wood’s natural demands and does not crack, flake, peel or blister.

As well as the Polyx® finishes in this range:

-Oil Original products, Osmo offers a number of other Polyx® -Oil Tints Osmo Polyx®

-Oil range offers the highest coverage of any oil on the market - a 2.5 litre with two coats.

-Oil tints brings a tough of elegance and glamour to any room. The range of protective wood finishes includes gold and silver tones which achieve a glitter finish, especially when the sun catches it. Other colours include white, honey, amber, terra, graphite and black.

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-Oil Raw

-Oil Raw is a lightly tinted protective finish that provides an original, untreated appearance for wooden floors. This finish is designed to retain this appearance by using a small amount of white pigments to neutralise the permanent ‘wet-look’ that develops after application of a clear finish.

Polyx® -Oil Rapid As the name suggest, Polyx® -Oil Rapid provides a superior finish in extra quick

time. In fact, the short drying time allows two coats to be applied in just one day - and there is no need to use a primer. And the wear resistance of treated floors even exceeds that of conventional parquet seals and varnishes.

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-Oil Anti-Slip -Oil Anti-Slip increases the slip resistance of frequently maintained

flooring areas. The surface retains its natural appearance while the fine structure particles in the finish prevent it from becoming slippery.

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-Oil 2K

-Oil 2K Pure is a two-part hardwax oil that has been designed for professional use where surfaces are subjected to high traffic. As well as providing more robust protection, the two component system includes a hardener which rapidly reduces the drying and curing times; a major advantage for commercial use such as retail environments.

Available direct or from approved stockists nationwide, Polyx®-Oil meets all relevant environmental and performance standards.


TEL: 01296 481220 39


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