Best way to protect solid oak floor reducer ramp

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by taz777, 31 Jul 2013.

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    I've had a beautiful solid oak floor reducer ramp machined for me. It's a wide one at 3m to go across my patio doors.

    This area has a lot of foot traffic so I want to protect this ramp without changing its colour or making it look shiny - basically I still want it to look like natural wood.

    What's the best coating I can put on it to achieve this? Would wax be a good idea (I don't want to make it slipper though!).
     
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    Oil, see the Osmo range.
     
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