Polyx Oil is available in 2 types – Normal or Rapid. Normal Polyx Oil would generally be used during the warmer months. The Rapid Polyx Oil is recommended when curing time may be an issue due to colder conditions. The Rapid Polyx Oil will cure faster, with 2 coats often able to be applied on the same day. Not recommended for summer conditions as the product dries too quickly on the brush. The finish for both products is identical. Osmo Polyx Oil is imported from Germany and provides an attractive, ‘grain fill’ finish, similar to our NZ made Java High Solid Oil
Coverage: 24-30 sqm/L
30ml Sample : $2 (order sample here)
0.75 Litre : $87.50
2.5 Litre : $259.50
10 Litre : $915.50
HALF PRICE HAYDN GENIUS MICROFIBRE ROLLER OFFERED WITH EVERY OSMO PURCHASE. $6.50 (Retail value $12.95)
Brief: Price guide: $8 per sqm finished (2 coats) * Professional quality satin-matt floor, furniture and joinery finish. * Made from deep penetrating plant oils, minimal darkening of timber. * Extremely wear resistant. Micro porous, will not mark with wine, beer, cola, milk, coffee or tea, when cured. * Well suited to high traffic, commercial and domestic applications.
Use: For interior solid timber, parquet, cork, veneer, customwood and concrete surfaces. Easy to apply 2 coat system, no primer required and no sanding between coats. Very low odour during application and drying period, odourless when cured. Contains no biocides nor preservatives and is safe for man, animal and plant when dry. Safe for children’s toys.
Polyx Oil is available in 2 types – Normal or Rapid. The Rapid Polyx Oil should not be used except in cold conditions when curing time may be an issue. Generally, the Rapid Polyx Oil will cure faster, with 2 coats often able to be applied on the same day.
The finish for both products is identical.
Preparation: The surface must be dry, clean and free of grease (moisture content max 20%). Special care should be taken to remove any dust from the pores of the timber. Fill all small holes or surface dents with wood filler. Clean or lightly sand any existing oil finish. Completely remove any existing varnish coating.
New Surfaces: Sand the surface to a fine finish, 120-150 grade paper is recommended. Carefully remove any dust.
Renovated Surfaces: Old, well preserved coatings should be given a light sand. Apply 1 to 2 coats of Osmo Hardwax Oil. Old damaged and weathered coatings should be completely removed and then treated as a new surface.
Application: Apply sparingly and evenly along the wood grain with a good quality bristle floor or hand brush. As this product has an extremely high solid content (like apple sauce), the finish must be applied sparingly and worked to a thin even coating. Remove any excess of finish immediately. Leave to dry overnight (12 hours). Coverage approx 24-30 sqm/L. The temperature should be between 8 and 20 degC. Allow good ventilation. Apply the second coat as for the first. Leave to dry 24 hours with good ventilation provided. Treat the floor with care as it continues to harden for 14 days. Do not wet mop for the first two weeks while the floor cures to a waterproof finish.
Safety: Keep out of reach of children. Do not pour oil residue into the sewer. Let the remnants dry out and dispose of with your domestic rubbish collection, flammable products’. Do not crumple soaked rags (otherwise spontaneous combustion may occur)
Composition: Sunflower oil, Thistle oil, Soyabean oil, Candelilla wax, Carnauba wax, disaromatized benzolefree solvent.