Adequately sanding the surface is a must

Progressive sanding eliminates anything that might prevent the oil from sticking to the wood. This way the wood will readily accept the product for optimal results.

For floors, we recommend using a sander with sandpaper 80, then 100, then 120, and finally 150 to create a smooth even surface which will allow the oil to penetrate deeply. This will produce a protective coat that will make the wood more resistant to scratches and stains the way a professional finishing does. For furniture we recommend that you sand up to 180.

Cotton wick is the right tool to apply oil easily and evenly

Made of many woven cotton threads that easily absorb products, cotton wick optimizes the use of the product, minimizes the loss (almost non) gives better finishing results.

Avoid using paintbrushes, rollers or brushes that waste a lot of the product. For most optimal results, use a paint gun. Consult your LIVOS retailer for more information.

Replace the wiping off process of the 2nd and 3rd coats with a polishing process. Apply a few drops of oil using the same ratio and start polishing immediately using a polisher or random orbital sander with a nonabrasive no grain pad. This operation will produce heat that will make your wood even glossier. No wiping needed.


In order to make sure KUNOS oil is compatible with the composition and state of your wood and obtain optimal results, we suggest that you should first test it. Apply the oil and if it cannot penetrate and stay, this means it is incompatible.

A various range of bright colors

LANON comes in various bright colors and allows the creation of original bright designs. Ideal for furniture, paneling and moldings that you want to show your creativity.

In addition, like all other LIVOS products, LANON is non toxic and resistant to saliva and sweat. So it is particularly relevant for the use on wood toys in contact with children who may put them into their mouth.

Ask your retailer for information about our LANON product.