Multi-Glaze® Type M Glazing Compound

Elastic, Linseed Oil-Based Glazing Compound for In-Shop Glazing.

Uses: Sarco Multi-Glaze Type M is the best traditional knife-grade glazing compound available for glazing and bedding glass in wood sash and doors.

Features & Benefits: Multi-Glaze Type M is the quickest surface-skinning product for indoor shop use. It typically forms a skin overnight and can be painted within 3 to 14 days depending on temperature and other conditions.    Multi-Glaze Type M remains elastic and flexible throughout its lifetime, providing the most durable, long-lasting adhesion you can find in a glazing putty.  Creates a watertight seal between the wood sash and window glass.  Proven by decades of high-performance.  Preferred brand of countless window restoration professionals.

Technical Characteristics: Linseed oil-based putty.  Should be painted with oil or latex paint after developing a skin.  Apply with putty knife or other glaziers’ tools.

 

(3 customer reviews)
DescriptionUnitQtyPrice
1 Gallon
$57.50

Learn the Basics - Glazing a Window with Sarco Glazing Putties

Customer Questions & Answers

    About how many feet of windows will a gallon gover
  1. Q About how many feet of windows will a gallon gover answer now
    Asked by Tom Patterson on May 20, 2019 8:29 am
    Answered by the admin

    For 1/2" sash approximately 6 feet glazing for 1 pound of putty. Each one gallon can weighs about 18 pounds.

  2. I am reglazinging alot of windows, is there a way to store the product so that I can use it later? As in months?
  3. Q I am reglazinging alot of windows, is there a way to store the product so that I can use it later...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Cheryl Bennett on April 30, 2019 10:01 am
    Answered by the admin

    Shelf life is indefinite if stored in a cool place. If separation occurs, mix by hand. Cover unused putty in opened containers with plastic to prevent skin formation.

  4. Will this adhere to aluminum frames?
  5. Q Will this adhere to aluminum frames? answer now
    Asked by Ellen on March 9, 2019 5:47 am
    Answered by the admin

    Yes.

  6. Can I prime all window sash parts - stiles, rails, and muntins before the application of the glazing? Or do you get better bond strength glazing directly to raw wood and then prime?
  7. Q Can I prime all window sash parts - stiles, rails, and muntins before the application of the glaz...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Tim Joyce on February 16, 2019 7:34 pm
    Answered by the admin

    You should always prime the bare wood before using the glazing compound.

  8. Can't calcium carbonate or pumice be brushed over the glazing to achieve a fast skin over (in under 24 hours) ?
  9. Q Can't calcium carbonate or pumice be brushed over the glazing to achieve a fast skin over (in und...... Read more answer now
    Asked by David on December 19, 2018 10:51 pm
    Answered by the admin

    No. The Glazing Compound takes 2-3 weeks to skin over.

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Customer Reviews

  1. Jeffrey R Szczepanek

    I’ve been using this product for over ten years. Close to 100 gallons. It’s by far the best glazing on the market. You do need to prep the glazing before use. Once you do it tools very well

  2. ABATRON

    Please call our technical department at 800-445-1754 for assistance.

  3. Mike

    So far, this stuff is horrible. It’s extremely sticky and nearly to impossible to use. Cleanup of tools and my hands was very difficult. I would accept the stickiness if the instructions mentioned this possibility and what to do about it. The problem is there are no instructions. The side of the tub has only one sentence about allowing it to skim over before painting and that’s it. It’s possible that detailed instructions that cover common problems are available somewhere but, after searching the internet, I haven’t found it. I have found conflicting advice, however. This product should at least come with much more detailed instructions, rather than appearing to cater only to those who have been glazing windows for 30 years. I bought it because the DAP glazing compound is so maligned on the internet. I can’t imagine anything being worse than the Sarco putty.

  4. Mark N

    We restore historic wooden windows – This is our favorite

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