A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE on finishing with OSMO.

A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE on finishing with OSMO.
This is how I apply Osmo PolyX Hardwax oil in order to achieve an even, natural, durable surface. This finish is very easy to apply if you follow the basic rules I cover in this video.
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My name is Matt Estlea, I’m a 22 year old Woodworker from Basingstoke in England and my aim is to make your woodworking less s***.

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A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE on finishing with OSMO.

17 thoughts on “A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE on finishing with OSMO.”

  1. Really useful and well presented. Can you give some clues where to buy foam brushes, OSMO polyx, and non-abrasive pads please?

  2. Matt – useful tips – Thx … What would you do to a Lacewood/Bubinga surface that was sanded to 320 and then had OSMO applied too thick ? It has a few sticky patches and probably needs refinishing

  3. Would you recommend this to be used on the worktop where the sink is installed, I ask because it is more likely to be used and abused more and obviously will be getting splashed and possibly exposed to hot/ warm cookware? I need to redo my sink area and currently have the Rustins Plastic Coating on it, which to be fair has lasted around 4 years and has been subjected to heavy teaffic.

  4. Thanks Mathew. I have to tell you. When you flashed a picture of your bench top. I thought, "That looks better then his mum's counter top." I have to make a coffee table with you bench as a guid.

  5. Osmo is a great finish and probably even easier to apply than shown in the video. It is incredibly forgiving so give it a go. Looks amazing on Aussie hardwoods too.

  6. Dude. I see you end up with wet hands when using nitryl gloves. Very common problem in fact most people do including me and most lab scientists. Get yourself some Stokoderm protect pure. Only takes a small amounts rubbed all over your hands right up to th wrists and you don't sweat. Dry hands yayyyy

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