Osmo is a combination of wax and oil – this combination seems to last longer than most ordinary floor oils and is far more hardwearing than a wax. It retains a nice mellow sheen which brings out the natural beauty in the wood.
Osmo is excellent. It has less solvents than most of its competitors; it's based on natural oils and waxes which allow wood to breath; and they are less inclined to yellow the wood. The finishes are water and dirt resistant and protect the wood from daily wear and tear.
Most problems associated with Osmo result from over applying. For best results you only need a maximum of 2 thin coats. You can apply with a lint free cloth, brush or microfibre roller.
At first glance it does... it's about twice the price of an ordinary oil. However, the coverage is about double and therefore lasts much longer. Like any good quality product it will cost you less in the long run (we promise).
It was originally designed for flooring but can be used on anything made from wood – for example, furniture and doors. It's safe for use around foodstuffs (ideal on chopping boards and worktops) and is friendly for use on toys.
Yes – that's why we stock it!
A maximum of 2 thin coats for a tough, easy-to-apply, long-lasting finish.
Osmo Polyx®-Oils are developed from natural oils and waxes to provide the most hardwearing and durable protection for wooden flooring and furniture.
Michael Nicholls from Osmo will be joining us to give an informal talk about using the products in your home. Find out how to apply the oils and the best way to maintain your flooring and/or furniture once it's been applied.
There will be samples so you that you can try the Polyx®-Oils yourself and ask any questions over a cup of coffee.
This is a great opportunity to find out more about why you should be using Osmo on your wooden flooring, furniture, doors and worktops.
Saturday 8th April 2017
Saturday 8th April 2017
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Thanks to everyone who came along to the Oxfordshire Makers' Market last month. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did?
A great line-up of talented makers, designers and craftspeople certainly helped to make the day go as well as it did.
A wide range of wonderful products were available to buy, including: pottery, leathercraft, woodwork, printmaking, artisan bread and textiles.
Thanks to the following stallholders for their time :
And thanks to Hannah Giblett for creating our wonderful event window (which you can still see at the shop!).
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