Superior to putty for replacing broken glass in wood or metal sash,
or for filling cracks and nail holes in wood siding. Can also be used
to set plumbing fixtures.
Superior to putty, Glazol may be used for glazing wood or metal sash,
setting plumbing fixtures and filling cracks and nail holes. Glazol
remains pliable, does not chip or crack and has year-round workability.
Glazol forms a “cushion” against shock and vibration when
used in replacing broken glass and is ideal for use as a knife-grade
Remove old putty and make sure surface is clean and dry. Air
and surface temperature should be above 40°F. For best results,
window frames should be primed with a good oil-base primer. For bedding
glass, if desired, soften Glazol slightly with a small amount of mineral
spirits. When installing glass into frame, secure with glaziers points
Glazol is ready to use. Place Glazol in hands
and roll to warm and soften. Apply with putty knife using flat side
of blade against material, not the bottom edge. Press Glazol onto sash,
filling height and width of L-shaped recess completely. Smooth to an
angle that sheds rain. For best results, Glazol should be painted after
it is applied. When used under latex paint, allow Glazol to cure for
several days before painting. Before painting with oil-based paint,
allow Glazol to dry overnight.
Glazol is not for use on insulated glass units with an organic
seal, plastic window panes, or any window pane over 48” in any direction.
To minimize skinning of unused material, cover with aluminum foil or plastic
wrap before replacing lid.
Before setting, excess material may be removed with mineral spirits.
After setting, material must be cut or scraped away. Clean tools with
UGL Fastrip Brush Cleaner or mineral spirits.