Osmo 702 Larch Natural Oil Woodstain *Recommended for Larch Cladding & Fencing*
Coats required - two
Colour 702 Larch - very slight colour in keeping with natural Larch (giver superior UV protection)
Coverage - 1st coat 26m2 per litre, 2nd coat 75m2 per litre
Drying time - 4 - 6 hours (based on 23 degrees Celsius)
Minimum Application Temperature - 10 degree Celsius, conditions must not be damp in the evenings and mornings, ideally apply in Spring to Autumn
Application - Brush
Clean Up - Osmo Brush cleaner and thinner
Osmo Natural Oil Woodstain features - water-repellent, extremely weather and UV resistant, Microporous and breathable surface, protects against mould algae and fungal attack.
Southgate Timber recommend
Either a. or b. first
a. Sand new timber with 80 grit paper to remove millglaze, clean off dust with Methylated spirits and lint free cloth – surface now ready to oil proceed to step
b. Leave to season 6 weeks
- If greyed in the seasoning period clean with Osmo Wood reviver Gel, Wet timber Apply Gel Liberally, scrub in with Osmo cleaning brush, Leave for up to 30 minutes, Scrub the surface a second time, wash off with copious amounts of water, do not pressure wash, leave to dry 48 hours. Please note extreme seasoning may require a second application.
- Apply Osmo 702 Larch Natural Oil Woodstain two coat application leave drying time 4 - 6 hours between coats.
- Apply oil in spring and Autumn for areas with high sun and once a year for areas in shade or as needed.
- If timber becomes grey repeat from section 1, DO NOT oil over greyed timber. Should existing finish remain upon the timber surface, the Osmo Paint Stripper will be required before hand. Osmo Paint Stripper must be neutralised with Osmo Wood Reviver Gel prior to re-oil.