Regular Cleaning: Dust mopping using the green Dust-Mop from the Osmo Mop Cleaning Kit for Floors. Damp mopping using diluted Osmo Wash and Care and the Micro-Mop plush from the Osmo Mop Cleaning Kit for Floors. Alternatively use the convenient Osmo Spray-Mop
Occasional Maintenance: For satin sheen surfaces that have dulled slightly, refresh the surface with Osmo Liquid Wax Cleaner. Osmo Liquid Wax Cleaner can also help to remove stubborn shoe scuff marks for example. If the treated surface has retained colour yet there is a reduction in water repellency use Osmo Maintenance Oil. This is important to ensure the top coat remains optimal – especially in very busy areas like a door entrance for example. Osmo Maintenance Oil is thinner than regular Polyx Oil so can be used more regularly without adding too much wax and oil. Before using Osmo Maintenance Oil, damp clean the surface using diluted Osmo Wash and Care, or alternatively Osmo Spray cleaner and allow to fully dry. For small areas Osmo Maintenance Oil can be applied thinly with a lint free cloth or white pad. Remove excess product. Allow for good ventilation while drying. A small trial is highly recommended first.
Recoating: When slight signs of wear to the clear ( or white) top coat become visible, or if the surface is looking tired, simply re-apply one thin coat of the appropriate Polyx Oil top coat onto the clean and dry surface. Avoid applying the top coat to areas that have lost colour, or have become bare and dirty. Bare, dirty surfaces could appear more rich and dark following the application of the oil finish and may require more attention. A small trial is highly recommended first.
White, Light Grey, Honey, Amber, Terra, Graphite, Black (all Satin)
Osmo Flat Brush, Floor Brush, Hand Pad or Microfibre Roller
Interior wooden floors and furniture
One coat, when signs of wear become visible
5ml, 125ml, 750ml, 2.5L
Osmo Brush Cleaner
30m²/L with one coat
Osmo Wash and Care or Spray-Mop