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FIXTURES & FINISHES Osmo’s highly effective power gel


Osmo UK brings tired looking and aged wood back to life with its powerful cleaning agent, Osmo Wood Reviver Power Gel. This product has been especially developed to restore exterior wood, including wooden decking, timber cladding and garden furniture, back to its original colour and character. Osmo Wood Reviver Power Gel is ready to apply straight from the tin. The application process should begin by removing debris and dampening the surface with water. If the surface has been treated in


the past, users should apply the Osmo Paint Remover Gel, which removes old oil-based finishes and stains. Once completed, the Wood Reviver Power Gel should be generously applied along the wood grain.


www.osmouk.com Flight Design consultants


Flight Design specialise in the design and installation of architectural features such as staircases, balustrade and bridges. We undertake work for both residential and commercial projects, working with architects and interior designers, as well as private clients. Working with a wide range of materials, we look to stretch the boundaries of both material and design, to produce fascinating structures. Every installation is bespoke, and carefully built to your specifications. We work closely with you


throughout the project, producing a full design package. Our experience with materials and processes, coupled with a strong design ethos, ensures a project with stunning impact, and beautiful proportions.


info@flightdesign.co.uk


september/october 2018


www.sbhonline.co.uk


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