|Item Weight||1.77 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||4.65 x 4.57 x 4.06 inches|
|Item model number||8|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||4354328834|
Osmo Polyx-Oil - 3043 Clear Satin - .75 Liter
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- Easy to apply – used by both professionals and homeowners
- Extremely durable and hardwearing
- Can be spot-repaired and refreshed with no sanding required
- Very water and dirt resistant as well as juice, tea, cola, wine, beer, coffee.
- Saliva-resistant and sweatproof, suitable for children’s toys
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OUR EASIEST APPLICATION YET Osmo Polyx-Oil is a general purpose Hardwax-Oil wood finish that is derived from natural vegetable oils and waxes. Resistant to water, dirt, beer, wine, cola and saliva, Osmo Polyx-Oil is microporous and molecularly bonds with the wood, meaning it does not crack, flake, peel or blister. Our new advanced formula of Polyx-Oil has been specially engineered in Germany to be the first Hardwax-Oil available on the North American market that can be easily applied with a brush or roller, with no buffing necessary! Can be spot-repaired and/or restored/renewed with no sanding required, therefore
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I wipe it on with a cotton rag to a clean dust free surface, leaving no excess at all. After 12 hours a second very light coat can be applied. For a very smooth finish, I buff the second coat with 0000 steel wool with rubbing lubricant then put on a third light coat.
It really is the perfect balance between film finishes and penetrating finishes.
Update: Ordered another can from the same vendor and it was packed fantastically. I had gotten a dented can in the past, but the shipping and packing is now great.
I have found the finish to be very durable, and exceedingly easy and quick to repair. I had a customer who put a gouge into the top of their coffee table with a remote control helicopter, and I was able to repair the damage on site in a little more than an hour, and after a couple days you could not tell where the repair was done... if I would have used arm r seal I would have needed to sand/strip the whole top and it would have been at least a couple days work. The client was amazed with the turnaround and overjoyed with the result.
I can not say enough good things about osmo polyx. My favorite variety of polyx is the gloss- which can get anywhere from a light satin sheen to a glossy polish, its very versatile, and the satin is a close second- it can be buffed to a nice shine if desired, so also very versatile.
The only drawback of osmo polyx compared to varnish/poly is osmo is a bit more physically demanding, you are polishing the finish into the wood, and the more you polish and rub the better it turns out. Its not really a big deal in my opinion, but it might be a factor to some people I guess.
PS. Just a tip: Use a white scotchbrite pad for application and buffing, and a grey scotchbrite if you want to sand between coats- though sanding between coats isnt necessary, you will get a slightly nicer end result on most species of wood.
This product was everything I expected. You just have to make sure to apply it correctly. I applied this on a solid red oak desk I was building and it worked out well. For anyone that tries to use this with a grain filler such as Timbermate, I would not use a non abrasive pad to apply but some brush in a very thin coat because the non abrasive pad leaves these small circular patterns on the finish. If you have solid wood and no grain filler, then using a non abrasive pad is the way to apply it. You just have to rub it in very very thin in two coats.
So far I've spilled like two things on accident on the desk. One was a salad vinegar and the other some sparkling water. In both cases, the two liquids would bead on the surface with no damage the wood underneath so its worked out great so far.
My only con is: Price.
While the product is great, I think the price is a bit high. I just wish the company could save us regular consumers a bit of money. Hell I'd buy more if they priced it lower ;).
This stuff is so simple to apply and the end result is perfect for indoor wood furniture. I put it on a custom desk build and it made my walnut POP.