I've had oiled parquet in my house for almost a year now, and it really needs to be re oiled. Should I do this around the furniture or should I clean the room completely first and then apply the oil?
Originally 2 coats of Osmo Hardwax Oil were applied. Since I wipe down very infrequently, the wood was already pretty dry anyway. Now I have wiped the kitchen once with an Osmo Topoi mop with a little linseed oil, but left the furniture standing.
Will it hurt the parquet if the surfaces under the furniture are not oiled?
Don't worry, I'll tell you from experience, we have always oiled everything around, but we didn't move the table or furniture. In our last apartment, we didn't oil at all for years, and we vacuumed and wiped with a damp cloth (with care product) every 3-6 months.
In my case, the floor layer was oiled in two coats with Osmo hard wax oil. After that, you should probably add some oil to the mop water.
I have now purchased a 5L canister of linseed oil. I use it on my all-wood countertops and add a drop to the water to mop the floor, and soon I will put a whole layer on the floor. Apply in a thin layer, remove the excess after 20 minutes.
If I had the time, I'd save the expensive Osmo stuff and just oil it with linseed oil. However, it dries very slowly and you can't walk on the floor. I'm happy with the hard wax oil, except for the price.