Osmo UV Protection Oil Tints 428 Cedar contains special clear ingredients which stop the suns rays from ageing and greying your wood, without losing its natural beauty, colour or character.
Based on natural oils, UV Protection Oil 428 will leave a cedar satin-matt finish that is breathable so does not peel, flake or blister.
Also available: Osmo UV Protection Oil 420 Clear, 425 Oak and 429 Natural.
Osmo UV Protection Oil Extra contains additional active ingredients that significantly extend the protection period, up to 12 times, whether used as a stand alone finish or over a stained finish when compared to other UV Oils.
Please see the INFO tab above for Coverage, Preparation and Application advice.
Please also see our Osmo section for the full range of Osmo products stocked including the Osmo Polyx Oil and Anti-slip Exterior Finishes section for alternative products including Fiddes High Build Wood Oil and Liberon Exterior Wood Protector.
Drying Time upto 12 hours
Coverage 20 SqMtrs per Litre per Coat
2 coats required
Clean equipment with White Spirits
Osmo UV Protection Oil Tints 428 Cedar Reviews
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Osmo UV Protection Oil Tints 428 Cedar:
It is a basecoat and top coat all in one that protects your wood against mould algae and fungal attack.
Preparation: The wooden surface must be clean and dry before applying Osmo UV Protection Oil Extra. Thoroughly remove any previous varnish by sanding with P120 grit abrasives.
Application: Test in an inconspicuous area to confirm suitability and the final colour. Apply Osmo UV Protection Oil Extra evenly with a good quality brush such as Mako 5* Pro Woodcare Brush or for larger areas Osmo 220mm Floor Brush. On bare timber two coats will be required, apply a second coat after allowing to dry overnight or 10-12 hours as per the first.
Areas of use: External joinery including windows and doors, cladding, gates, garden furniture and much more.
Can it be used on Green Oak? A moisture test must be performed before using Osmo UV Protection Oil on Green Oak. Because the moisture in Green Oak and oils do not mix, the moisture content must be below 20% before treating with UV Protection Oil.
Finish available: Clear Satin-matt, Oak Satin-matt, Cedar Satin-matt, Natural Satin-matt.
The Oak and Cedar versions of UV Protection Oil produces a slightly darker finish than the standard Clear, enhancing the beautiful colour of the wood and giving longer UV protection, whilst the Natural is specifically for use on light coloured woods.
Coverage: upto 20 SqMtrs/ litre per coat
Number of coats: 2 coats on bare wood, 1 when renovating a clean dry surface
Drying Time: 10-12 hours
Clean equipment with: White Sprits
Storage: up to 5 years when protected from frost
Available in: 125ml tester, 750ml and 2.5 litres