Re: Term refering to windows (8 over 1 and 6 over 1)
I prefer to use silicone . . . <teasing>
Originally Posted by Mastercarpentry
I've used both the can and tube style glazing compounds. The can is much messier to work with, but it gets smashed into the nooks and crannies better, which in turn, is a better finished product. You've just got really smudge and smeared windows when you're done.
The tube style is MUCH easier to apply, much cleaner, but tends to pull, rather than leaving a nice clean bead. I've always followed behind with a putty knife to press it into place a bit better and to smooth it out. It doesn't leave much of a mess behind on the glass when you're done either. With enough practice, the pulling issue will probably cease.
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!