Dual Glaze Putty - 1 Quart
Sarco Dual Glaze Putty - 1 Quart
Sarco is rated top window restoration putty!
Dual Glaze is designed for exterior site work
Dual Glaze is slower drying than Type M
Dual Glaze adheres in wood and metal sash/door applications
For glazing and bedding glass in both wood and metal sash and doors. Ready for use and for easy application under the knife and thumb. A modern glazing compound that remains elastic. Allowing for normal expansion and contraction. Adheres to all glazing surfaces, forming a permanent watertight bond between the glass and sash. After dual glaze has skinned, it may be painted with oil or latex paints.
- One quart of putty will cover 84 linear feet
- If priming before applying Sarco, it is recommended to use an oil based primer
Meets Federal Specification TT-P-781A, Type I.-TT-G-00410E
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Difference in putty and glazing compound? Not sure what to use. I am refurbishing old windows and re-seating the glass.
This is what you want to use for your application. Sarco is called glazing putty or glazing compound. The terms are used interchangeably.
when you say 'intended for exterior site work' are you referring to where you plan to be doing the glazing? M is for glazing in the shop, and dual is for glazing out in the weather?
Yes Dual Glaze is for in the wall, and Type M is for on the bench.
I am using this to reputty some old windows. To prime the bare wood before using, should I use boiled linseed oil, or water based Kilz primer?
Sarco Putty Company recommends that if the wood is dry to use linseed oil but not a paint-based primer.
What is the solvent base for Dual Glaze Putty?
Sarco Putty is primarily composed of calcium carbonate whiting and oils (mostly linseed oil).
How long can this product be stored (once opened), and is it flammable?
This product can be stored for up to 6 months after opening, in some cases it will last longer. This product is not flammable.