Joint kit (colorless no 7350)
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Osmo Joint Kit (colorless no 7350), Osmo Joint Kit is a clear polymer dispersion for filling cracks and joints in sanded wooden floors or parquet. Extremely high filling power, short drying times and good sanding properties ensure a quality product. Joint
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Osmo Joint Kit (colorless no 7350)
Osmo Joint Kit is a clear polymer dispersion for filling cracks and joints in sanded wooden floors or parquet. Extremely high filling power, short drying times and good sanding properties ensure a quality product. Joint sealant is combined with sanding dust and therefore offers the great advantage that it matches the color of the substrate exactly.
> High filling power
> Fast drying
> Good sanding properties
> Low odor
> Sizes: 1.00 L or 5.00 L
> 1 liter covers approx. 10-15 m².
Stir well before application in a bucket or directly on the floor (mix like bread dough), so that any settlements are mixed.
Mix sanding dust, preferably from the same type of wood with grit 80-120, to a thick paste (approx. 15% weight increase due to addition of sanding dust).
Fill the floor diagonally with a stainless steel double blade scraper (see below) while pressing the wood putty firmly into the joints. Repeat this process if necessary.
After 30 - 60 minutes, the dried paste can be coarsely sanded (grit P80) and then finely sanded (grit P100 - 120) so that no wood putty remains on the surface of the parquet. In most cases, fine sanding with grit P100 - 120 is sufficient.
After that, a treatment with any wood finish on an oil and wax base from Osmo can be carried out (click here for the right products)...
Note: Because wood putty mixture and application strongly depend on wood type and sanding dust, a test application is absolutely necessary! Do not fill joints in resilient or loose plank floors!