glazing compound

glazing compound

[′glāz·iŋ ‚käm‚pau̇nd]
(materials)
A caulking compound used to seal and support a glass pane in place.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

glazing compound

A putty-like material used to seal window glass in place; differs from putty, 1 in that it retains its plasticity for an extended period of time.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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DecoLasur is a glazing compound for traditional paint effects such as colour washing, ragging and dragging, it can also be used on textured surfaces for a distinctive, rustic character, while Capastructure is used to create a rustic, decorative country style finish.
This method is called "restorative bonding" and is done by chemically extracting any contaminants out of the tile and grout while "etching" the grout to produce a "micro anchoring mechanism", which will allow a bonding of the non-porous grout replacement "Glazing compound" to the old grout.
I once had a window changed in the bathroom, and the installers left all kinds of dust, dirt and glazing compound in the tub ...
A glazing compound, a filler for cracks and drywall holes, a roof patcher, a contractor-grade duct tape and a toy fingerprinting kit all contained asbestos.
On older single-pane windows, the t glass is usually surrounded by putty called "glazing compound,' which holds the glass in place and seals out the weather.
"With windows like these." explains Les Brownell, owner of Vermont-based Windows & Doors By Brownell (while picking at a curling chunk of glazing compound that's falling away from a peeling double-hung), "there's no point trying to salvage them."
The penciled signatures are traced with ceramic paint, and the platter is ready for glazing, which involves covering the piece with two coats of a glazing compound that bakes onto the piece and makes it shiny.
Work some glazing compound under the lead lances around every piece of glass, front and back.
Glazing compound is a long-lasting material used for glazing wood or metal sash.
Applying a smooth, perfect bead of glazing compound is fussy, time-consuming work.