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Buffing machine for domestic and professional use

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Brushing Ring


Microfibre Pad


Red Pad


Super white pad


Green Pad


Product Information

Osmo's FloorXcenter is a high quality dual purpose machine manufactured in Switzerland.

In a domestic situation, it can be used for cleaning and buffing the floor. In a professional situation, it can be used to apply Osmo coloured oil stains and clear finishes.


  • Very light weight - 19kg
  • User friendly and easy to use
  • Velcro receptive base plate for pads
  • Various pads available for different functions
  • Slow speed (90rpm) with elliptical rotation
  • Suitable for Professional and domestic users
  • Supplied with super white pad and microfibre pad
  • Brushing ring, red and green pads sold separately

Product Details:

  • AC motor 230v, 50Hz
  • Working width 300mm
  • Cable length 7.5 metre
  • FloorXcenter

  • Super white pad
  • Microfibre pad
  • Brushing ring

Additional Information:

The machine has a reservoir on the shaft for Osmo's Wash and Care detergent. By pushing a button on the handle, the machine dispenses the correct amount of detergent solution onto the floor. Using the white pad, the floor can be cleaned.

The machine can also be used to buff Osmo's Liquid Wax Cleaner into faded or worn areas of the floor using the microfibre pad, or a normal "scotchbrite" type white pad. Simply put a small quantity of the Liquid Wax Cleaner onto the floor and let the machine do the work. 

For professional users, the oil stain can be buffed into the timber using a white pad. This will result in an even spread of colour to the timber's surface.

The brushing ring has a timber frame with stiff bristles - similar to a scrubbing brush. Excellent for cleaning textured surfaces such as exposed aggregate concrete etc.

The FloorXcenter is light (19kg) and very easy to use. It is unlike fast spinning, single head machines such as Canterbury or Polyvac, which are more designed for sanding. The head of the FloorXcenter does not spin fast - rather it oscillates in a random pattern at about 90rpm. This means the product on the floor gets massaged into the timber, rather than spun out from under the heavier and faster machines.

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