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Owatrol Deks Olje Teak oil Osmo

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by Harbourwoodwork, 1 Jun 2014.

  1. Harbourwoodwork

    Harbourwoodwork

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    Any pros and cons,
    Job;New Oak front door with Pippy Oak panels in exposed position,south facing
    The Osmo has one with mid oak colour any opinions.
    the client would not like the orange Ronseal look.
    Cheers Ian
     
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    Osmo have a good rep, don't know the other one. The sikkens range is worth looking at as well, the base coat top coat system is very good, did an old oak front door (re-dec) 5 years ago, had a look recently and still looks good.
     
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    Hi dcdec
    Thanks for that.
    Is the Sikkens an oil type finish.
    Cheers Ian
     
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    Yes Ian its oil based but won't have the associated problems with oil based paint, its good stuff.
     
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