Dual 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.

 

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)
DescriptionUnitQtyPrice
1 Pint
$10.65
1 Gallon
$43.90
1 Quart
$16.85

Customer Questions & Answers

  1. Q 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
    Answered by the admin

    Yes.

  2. Q 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?
    Answered by the admin

    We recommend a good, quality primer.

  3. Q What color is the compound straight out of the container? Is it possible to tint with a color? if so, what is best?
    Answered by the admin

    It's a grayish color. You can use a powdered dye to tint it.

  4. Q Is this the best Sarco glazing to use if applying outdoors to in place windows? And can it be applied over a water bases wood petrified/hardener?
    Answered by the admin

    Yes, Dual Glaze Compound is the correct product for outdoor use.

  5. Q If possible I would like to use this product without removing the glass from my windows. I always managed to break the windows when trying to get them out. Willl this product work properly if I do not remove the Windows, scrape out the old glazing, and apply a little oil based primer to the exposed portion of the rabbit joint that is not covered by the glass? Thanks!
    Answered by the admin

    yes

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Customer Reviews

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Danielle DELAND

    I have not tried it yet but my architect told me it was the best product

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Susan Yeoman

    On the recommendation of Artisan Glass Works in Baltimore Md I used the Dual Glazing Compound for replacing broken panes on two Quaker Meeting houses here in PA. I liked the way it worked and it seems to be setting up nicely. I used a different product on previous replacements and had trouble getting the glazing to set up to paint.

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