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OSMO | Decking Oil Bog Oak 2,5l

by Osmo
SKU 11500156
Original price R 1,699.00 - Original price R 1,699.00
Original price R 1,699.00
R 1,699.00
R 1,699.00 - R 1,699.00
Current price R 1,699.00

2,5l Bog Oak Decking Oil

Natural oil based protective finish for exterior wood that does not peel, crack, flake or blister

  • Microporous, breathable finish allowing the wood to breath and reduces the risk of swelling and shrinkage
  • Water-repellent, extremely weather and UV resistant

Easy to apply as well as renew, no sanding or primer necessary

  • When dry, the finish is safe for humans, animals and plants and is suitable for children’s toys as per EN 71.3 (European norm)

Coverage

  • 24m²/L with one coat

Coats

  • 2 coats, or one colour coat plus top coat of Osmo Anti-Slip Decking Oil 430

Surface Preparation

  • Bare wood species with a high content of natural wood extractives need to weather off (min. 4 weeks) before the initial treatment 
  • Resinous wood, such as Larch or Douglas Fir, needs to weather off for at least 6 weeks to improve absorbency
  • Pressure impregnated wood and tropical species like Massaranduba, Bangkirai, Garapa, Iroko need to weather off for at least 3 months
  • Cedar requires a 3 month weathering period to improve absorbency
  • Greyed and weathered wood can be refreshed with Osmo Wood Reviver Power-Gel before applying Osmo Decking Oils
  • Avoid using jet / power washers to clean the surface as they can significantly affect the coverage of Osmo Decking Oils
  • Wood surface must be clean, dry and frost-free (moisture content max. 20%)
  • Osmo Decking-Oil is ready to use
  • Do not thin
  • Stir well using a flat stirring stick or spatula before use
  • Thoroughly clean or lightly sand old microporous stains or completely remove old varnishes before application
  • If any sanding works are carried out some fresh wood species must be weathered as directed above to improve absorbency once more
  • Sanding to finishing grades of no more than a P120 grit are recommended
  • Always wear a dust mask when sanding
  • If possible, and if the wood is absorbent, please apply the first coat to all sides before installation
  • The finished surface is influenced by several factors, including the condition of the wood
  • Therefore, a trial application is always required, especially for unfamiliar surfaces

Method of application

  • Use stiff brush  or a lint free cloth  and apply thinly and evenly to the clean and dry wood surface along wood grain
  • Allow for good ventilation while drying. Lower temperatures and higher humidity levels will delay drying
  • Once dry apply the second coat – also thinly
  • If a less intensive colour is desired, the second coat should be carried out with clear Anti-Slip Decking Oil 430  

Generally the more rich and dark the colour chosen, the higher the level of UV protection offered. 

Avoid applying clear Anti-Slip Decking Oil 430 as a stand alone finish as this offers limited UV protection.

Suitability

RECOMMENDED

 For all other wood types not mentioned, always trial apply first

  • Oak
  • Beech
  • Ash
  • Alder
  • Birch
  • Thermowood and Thermally Modified Timber (TMT): prone to grey very fast and therefore application is recommended within the first two weeks after processing
  • Decking-Oil 010 Thermowood is optically suitable

ALSO RECOMMENDED

 For the following wood types, WR Base Coat is recommended before use

  • Pine
  • Spruce
  • Accoya®
  • Kebony®

RECOMMENDED AFTER WEATHERING PERIOD

  • For the following wood types, a weathering period is recommended
  • Depending on wood species, new or freshly sanded wood requires up to 12 weeks (approximate) exposure to the exterior elements before application
  • After the weathering period, it is generally recommended to clean the surface from the extractive content
  • Osmo Wood Reviver Power-Gel can be used to refresh the colour of the wood
  • If necessary and before application, de-grease the dried surface with Osmo Brush Cleaner and Thinner (degreaser), always trial apply!
  • For all other ingredient-rich hardwood species not mentioned may require a varied period of exposure. Please contact us for further information
  • Sapele: 2 – 4 weeks exposure
  • Rosewood: 4-6 weeks exposure. However, Natural Oil Woodstain 727 Rosewood is optically suitable and requires a weathering period of approx. 12 weeks before use of Natural Oil Woodstain
  • Douglas Fir: 6 weeks exposure. Application of WR Base Coat is also recommended
  • Larch: 6 weeks exposure. Decking-Oil 009 Larch is optically suitable. Application of WR Base Coat is recommended before use
  • Cedar: 12 weeks exposure
  • Iroko: 12 weeks exposure
  • Mahogany: 12 weeks exposure
  • Teak: 12 weeks exposure
  • Tropical Walnut: 6-8 weeks exposure
  • Merbau: 12 weeks exposure
  • Ipe: 6-8 weeks exposure. 006 Bangkirai is optically suitable and a very popular choice of colour tone
  • Pressure-Impregnated Pine: 12 weeks exposure
  • Garapa: 12 weeks exposure. 013 Garapa is optically suitable
  • Balau: 12 weeks exposure. 006 Bangkirai is optically suitable and a very popular choice of colour tone
  • Bangkirai: 12 weeks exposure. 006 Bangkirai is optically suitable and a very popular choice of colour tone
  • Massaranduba: 12 weeks exposure. 014 Massaranduba is optically suitable and a very popular choice of colour tone