Fiddes- Hard Wax Oil - Clear Satin 1 ltr Tin -like Osmo
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Fiddes - HARDWAX OIL - Satin 1 ltr tin
A blend of natural oils & waxes offering exceptional durability & resistance for internal natural wood flooring, kitchen worktops (wood) and areas subjected to a high degree of wear.
Produces a quick drying, natural satin / matt water repellent, tread-fast finish that will not peel or flake. To maintain / renovate, simply wash, buff or re-apply, following the guidelines below.
Ensure all areas to be coated are extremely well ventilated during and after application. Always test on a small area prior to initial application. No primer required. Maximum 2 coats recommended. Apply at room temperature. Fiddes Hard Wax Oil is formulated for application directly, and does not require thinning.
Leave to dry 4-6 hours in warm, dry well ventilated conditions, or preferably overnight.
Second Coat - Apply as first coat, THINLY, allowing good ventilation. Leave to dry 4-6 hours in warm, dry well ventilated conditions, or preferably overnight. Clean applicator with White Spirit.
When the surface area is completely dry, a light buff will further enhance the sheen level.
Ensure all areas to be coated are extremely well ventilated during and after application has occurred.
Always test on a small area prior to major application.
Certain dense or oily substrates may only require a single application, and subsequently buffed to achieve the desired finish.
Longer drying periods may occur during application in cold, damp or humid conditions.
Always apply sparingly and remove any excess product thoroughly.
Re-Application: To renovate previous application of Fiddes Hard Wax Oil, lightly sand area with 150 grit sandpaper, and re-apply sparingly.
A single application will cover approximately 20-24 square meters per litre,depending on the density of the substrate.
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