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New “Tints Raw” Added To Osmo Product Range

New “Tints Raw” Added To Osmo Product Range

Posted in Wood Finishing by Source on May 6th 2013
When buying wood flooring you can get finished or unfinished wood floors. If you purchase unfinished ones then you have an opportunity to finish it yourself.  Your choice of wood floor oil or lacquer is applied in order to preserve the wood’s natural beauty and protect the floor from dirt, wear and moisture.

OsmoProduct RangeFor Real Wood Flooring

If you are looking for something different get new Osmo oil finish for real wood flooring. It offers a top quality treatment for wooden flooring and you can choose from wide range of products. The new Osmo Polyx-Oil Tints Raw is a lightly tinted finish that provides an original appearance for real wood flooring. It creates a stunning look, protects the floor’s surface and retains the natural beauty and character of the wood. Osmo Oil is very popular among customers as it is easy to use, dries fast and also retains the original look of real wood flooring. It is a quality product which protects the planks from day-to-day wear and tear, so you can enjoy your flooring choice for a lifetime.

How To Take Proper Care Of Real Wood Flooring

If you want you’re real wood flooring to always look nice you should know how to clean it properly. Never use standard household cleaning products, unless they are specifically created for wood flooring. Also do not clean the floor with mechanical scrubbing equipment; instead soft cloths and mops can gently buff the wood. For more information on ordering real wood flooring and oils for the finish, contact Sourcewood Floors on 07557 688667 or e-mail enquiries@sourcewoodfloors.co.uk


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