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Glazing compound - Glaze-Ease 601

Posted by graywings (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 25, 09 at 9:25

On my way to somewhere else on the internet, I stumbled over a video demonstrating Advanced Repair Technology's "Glaze-Ease 601, Elastomeric Glazing Compound." It is paintable in two hours, which would certainly make a window repair project go faster.

Has anyone tried this stuff? They claim that it adheres so well that you don't need glazing points except in high wind conditions.


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RE: Glazing compound - Glaze-Ease 601

If you do not get a good answer here, try this seven-page thread about glazing compounds:

Here is a link that might be useful: Historic Homeworks Forum ... Putty Analysis


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RE: Glazing compound - Glaze-Ease 601

WOW! Thanks for the link, inox.


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RE: Glazing compound - Glaze-Ease 601

You are welcome. Before I came across the Historic Homeworks Forum, I had no idea there were glazing aficionados.


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