Dual Glaze® Glazing Compound
Sarco Dual Glaze® Elastic Glazing Compound.
Use on site or in the shop on wood or metal.
This glazing compound holds a permanent, water-tight bond on wood and metal sash and doors. Easy to handle, it is made with non-drying linseed oil that sets into a firm, tough cushion and adheres tightly to glass and sash. Dual Glaze allows for normal expansion and contraction without pulling away. Ready for oil or latex paint after surface skin has formed, usually in 2-3 weeks. It is the most versatile glazing compound for glaziers, painters, and homeowners. Apply indoors or outdoors.
Customer Questions & Answers
- how to tell when the glazing has skimmed?
- Q how to tell when the glazing has skimmed? answer nowAsked by April 28, 2020 5:41 amonAnswered by the admin
It will have a "skin" on the surface of the product., in other words, in will start to get more solid on the surface. What is the shortest amount of time before painting glaze?
- Q What is the shortest amount of time before painting glaze? answer nowAsked by February 26, 2020 4:43 pmonAnswered by the admin You need to wait until a strong enough skin has formed on the surface prior to painting. Usually 2-3 weeks. What is the longest period of time that one can wait before painting the dual glaze putty? I read that it is ready to be painted after 2-3 weeks, but what is the maximum amount of time that one can wait before coating with an acrylic paint?
- If I glaze the windows inside over the winter with the dual glaze will it eventually skin over in a 60 degree room inside the house
- Will Bullseye 1-2-3 acrylic lates primer be ok to use under Type-M or Dual Glaze compounds after putting a 50/50 mixture of mineral spirits and boiled linseed oil on badly weathered wood storm windows, followed by a top quality acrylic latex paint?