Osmo Wood Putty has a short drying time and good sanding properties. It is combined with sanding dust which makes colour matching the subsurface easier.
- High filling power
- Quick drying
- Good sanding properties
- Low odour
- As wood putty mixture and processing strongly depends on the wood type and on the sanding dust, we absolutely recommend carrying out a trial application! Do not fill joints in sprung or plank flooring!
- Mix in sanding dust, at best from the same type of wood with a grain size of 80 – 120, into thick paste (approx. 15% weight increase by adding sanding dust).
- After 30–60 minutes the dried paste can be sanded coarsely (grain P80) and afterwards finely sanded (grain P100–120) so that no wood putty is left on the surface of the parquet. Most of the time, fine sanding with P100–120 is enough.
15m2 per litre