Woodwork Finishing – Learning to use OSMO Part 1

Woodwork Finishing -  Learning to use OSMO Part 1
Every woodworker is looking for a finishing product that is easy to use, gets consistent great results and is eco friendly … Well, this is the product and it’s called Osmo. Consisting mainly of sunflower oil and plant waxes, this product we revolutionize how you finish your woodworking projects.
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Woodwork Finishing – Learning to use OSMO Part 1

17 thoughts on “Woodwork Finishing – Learning to use OSMO Part 1”

  1. im a floor installer and i often get questions from my costumer about what to use on their new prefinished hardwood floors i tell em they should leave it as is but sometimes they want it to be shinier…

  2. Thanks for the demo and good information. I just wanted to make note that Osmo Canada is actually the Canadian distributor and there are several great retailers including online retailers like http://www.woodworkfinishes.com thanks!

  3. Thanks for the video. Is the Norton product that mimics a 0000 steel wool the same as what you are using? The one I found doesn't say Bear Tex. It mentions being for use between coats, which makes me think it may be too abrasive. Thanks for the help.

  4. It's a very informative demonstration. I'm going to use Osmo on my projects and find this helps me a lot. Thanks.

  5. Hello, I have a little question. Can Shellac be used as an undercoat with Osmo? Thank you, Anna

  6. Great tutorial. I'm renovating my stairs at home. I'm going to use this technique when oiling the oak treads.

  7. Hi,
    you said OSMO comes from Europe, who produces it here or who sell it in EU?
    Thank for your info.

  8. thanks for your reply im going to get osmo for my guitar im building it looks great very easy as you show       alex

  9. hi like your information but please can you put a light on the wood you show as you do it step by step it would  be better to see the shine thank you    alex

  10. Use 3M Final Finishing Pads available at most hardware stores. They are the same as synthetic 0000 steel wool if your area doesn't carry 3M (I believe Norton makes these as well). Be sure to get 0000 and not 000 – the extra 0 makes a big difference.

  11. Sorry, I don't know the actual name of these pads, they only sell them in bulk which means there is no packaging, but if you go to ANY automotive store they will sell these pads, they are used for re-finishing paint jobs on cars. There are 3 or 4 different colors which indicates how coarse each pad is, the white ones are the finest, and that is what Phil recommends to use. Hope this helps, let me know if you need more info, will see if I can dig something up. Great to have you with us
    Colin

  12. Oh .. yikes, I can't even guess at that. You should be able to get some idea from the can, they usually print a recommended coverage on the label, other than that, only suggestion, email the manufacture, they are always happy to help out. That's how I would approach this. Hope this helps, sorry I don't have an easy answer. Colin

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