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ANTI-SLIP DECKING-OIL

 

NO MORE SLIP UPS


Osmo Anti-Slip Decking Oil is recommended as a top coat after a first coat of Osmo Decking-Oil - to produce a slip resistant and safer decking surface. A satin finish which is extremely water resistant and dirt repellent. The microporous finish is based on natural vegetable oils to allow the wood to breathe and helps regulate the moisture content reducing swelling and shrinkage, the finish will not crack, flake, peel or blister.

It is recommended to apply after a pigmented finish however if applying after a clear treatment, the wood naturally greys over time.

INFORMATION


  • Product code: 430 Clear
  • Approx. coverage: 24m²/L with one coat
  • No. of coats: 1 top coat only
  • Application temperature: +5°C
  • Drying time:  8-10 hrs
  • Sizes: 0.125L, 0.750L, 2.5L

ADVANTAGES


  • Slip resistant surface
  • Natural wood character remains visible
  • Prevenative protection against algae and fungal decay
  • Very water and dirt resistant
  • Reduces wood swelling and shrinkage
  • Microporous, breathable finish which does not crack, peel or flake

OSMO DECKING BRUSH


Made with 100% natural bristles with soft tips which gives fine control in achieving the desired effect. 150 mm width fits perfectly between the grooves of the decking boards providing exceptional coverage capacities which produce professional looking results every time. Simply attach the Osmo extendable telescopic handle for applying in comfort.

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DECKING-OIL


Recommended as the first coat before applying Osmo Anti-Slip Decking Oil. Osmo Decking-Oils protect, maintain and beautify the wood surface, producing a smooth semi-matt finish which is extremely water resistant and dirt repellent. The microporous finishes are based on natural vegetable oils and allow the wood to breathe and helps regulate the moisture content reducing swelling and shrinkage, the finish will not crack, flake, peel or blister.

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OSMO WOOD REVIVER POWER GEL


Highly effective cleaning agent for the refreshing and cleaning of greyed and aged exterior wood. Especially developed so that it can be easily applied, even on vertical areas as it has a special non-drip formula. The deep penetrating effect of the gel removes the greyed patina, with results showing as quick as 30 minutes!

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OSMO DECKING CLEANER


Osmo Decking Cleaner is a highly effective concentrate for cleaning untreated or oiled wooden decking and garden furniture. It is water soluble for quick, easy and thorough decking maintenance. The surface becomes resistant against soiling and water.

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TIPS


  • The recommended first coat is either Osmo Decking Oil or Natural Oil Woodstain, followed by a top coat of Anti-Slip Decking Oil (not ideal for use after 007 Teak Oil).
  • For a clear and natural finish for decking, apply just two coats of 007 Teak Oil, which allows the wood to naturally grey over time.
  • The darker the colour of the first coat, the slower the greying process of the wood will start to appear.
  • Harwoods particularly high in resin and oil content require exposure to external elements for approx. 12 weeks prior to application.

WOOD SUITABILITY


RECOMMENDED

  • Oak
  • Beech
  • Ash
  • Alder
  • Birch
  • Larch Decking-Oil 009 Larch is optically suitable.
  • Thermowood Decking-Oil 010 Thermowood is optically suitable.
  • Garapa Decking-Oil 013 Garapa is optically suitable.
  • Douglas Fir application of WR Base Coat is recommended before use. Afterward, Decking-Oil 013 Garapa is optically suitable.
  • Pine application of WR Base Coat is recommended before use.
  • Spruce application of WR Base Coat is recommended before use.

RECOMMENDED AFTER A WEATHERING PERIOD - BEST RESULTS

  • Cedar new or sanded, requires at least approx. 6-8 weeks exposure to the exterior elements before application of the first coat of Decking-Oil.
  • Iroko new or sanded, requires at least approx. 6-8 weeks exposure to the exterior elements before application of the first coat of Decking-Oil.
  • Mahogany new or sanded, requires at least approx. 6-8 weeks exposure to the exterior elements before application of the first coat of Decking-Oil.
  • Teak new or sanded, requires at least approx. 6-8 weeks exposure to the exterior elements before application of the first coat of Decking-Oil.
  • Walnut new or sanded, requires at least approx. 6-8 weeks exposure to the exterior elements before application of the first coat of Decking-Oil.
  • Merbau new or sanded, requires at least approx. 6-8 weeks exposure to the exterior elements before application of the first coat of Decking-Oil.
  • Ipe new or sanded, requires at least approx. 4-6 weeks exposure to the exterior elements before application of the first coat of Decking-Oil. 006 Bangkirai is optically suitable and a very popular choice of colour tone.
  • Balau new or sanded, requires at least approx. 4-6 weeks exposure to the exterior elements before application of the first coat of Decking-Oil. 006 Bangkirai is optically suitable and a very popular choice of colour tone.
  • Massaranduba new or sanded, requires at least approx. 4-6 weeks exposure to the exterior elements before application of the first coat of Decking-Oil. 014 Massaranduba is optically suitable and a very popular choice of colour tone.
  • Rosewood new or sanded, requires at least approx. 4-6 weeks exposure to the exterior elements before application of the first coat of Decking-Oil. However, Natural Oil Woodstain 727 Rosewood is optically suitable and requires a weathering period of approx. 12 weeks before use of Natural Oil Woodstain.
  • Sapele new or sanded, requires at least approx. 2 weeks exposure to the exterior elements before application of the first coat of Decking-Oil.

After the weathering period, it is generally recommended to clean the surface from the extractive content before application, always trial apply.

NOT RECOMMENDED

  • Green Oak moisture content is often above the maximum 20% recommended.
  • Idigbo contains yellow dyes which leaches when the wood becomes wet and stains when in contact within iron.
  • Other woods treated with a varnish, lacquer or other surface coatings must be completely sanded before use.


For all other wood species, always trial apply.