Internet #300614429

Model # 179094

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1-qt. Aqua Glaze Water Based Glazing Compound

  • Water-based glazing compound
  • Use to fill cracks, crevices and countersink nail head divots
  • Glazes wood and metal sash
$ 24 10

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Product Overview

  • Water-based glazing compound
  • Use to fill cracks, crevices and countersink nail head divots
  • Glazes wood and metal sash
For use on wood, metal and sash, this 1-qt. Aqua Glaze Water Based Glazing Compound is ideal for use under all types of interior and exterior paints. The quick dry formula is ready to paint 30 minutes after application. Easily cleans up excess mess with warm water.
  • Very quick dry time, paintable in 30 minutes
  • Clean-up tools and smears with water
  • Face glaze wood and metal sash
  • Use this acrylic latex compound under all types of interior/exterior paints
  • Using a window tool is the best method of application
  • Paintable within 30 minutes
  • Excellent for filling countersunk nail heads

Product Overview

  • Water-based glazing compound
  • Use to fill cracks, crevices and countersink nail head divots
  • Glazes wood and metal sash
Model #: 179094
Internet #: 300614429

For use on wood, metal and sash, this 1-qt. Aqua Glaze Water Based Glazing Compound is ideal for use under all types of interior and exterior paints. The quick dry formula is ready to paint 30 minutes after application. Easily cleans up excess mess with warm water.

  • Very quick dry time, paintable in 30 minutes
  • Clean-up tools and smears with water
  • Face glaze wood and metal sash
  • Use this acrylic latex compound under all types of interior/exterior paints
  • Using a window tool is the best method of application
  • Paintable within 30 minutes
  • Excellent for filling countersunk nail heads

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Specifications

Details

Color/Finish
White
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Number of Tubes Included
1
Paint Tool Product Type
Patching and Repair Product
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Yes

Specifications

Details

Color/Finish
White
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Number of Tubes Included
1
Paint Tool Product Type
Patching and Repair Product
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Yes

Questions & Answers

Can this be used to fill termite damaged outside wood beams?

Can this be used to fill termite damaged outside wood beams?
Asked by: Reuterbear
have not tried to use it this way-would experiment on small area first
Answered by: dusty
Date published: 2019-05-01

Can this product be used on stained wood window frames? Also, can I use stain over this product?

Can this product be used on stained wood window frames? Also, can I use stain over this product?
Asked by: BookLover67
Not sure. Call the 800 # on the can and ask the company
Answered by: Mike
Date published: 2019-09-16

How long does it take to fully cure?

How long does it take to fully cure?
Asked by: Dan
In my opinion, 24 hours. We are restoring a 250 year old house and I have used Aqua Glaze for four summers on 23 windows, going into my fifth this year. I specifically bought Aqua Glaze due to it's relatively short cure time. While I know they say you can paint it within 30 min, and there will be a skin by then, with the exception of a few touch ups, I don't think I ever did, as it was still soft to the touch, and I didn't want to mess it up with my taping. Typically I let it dry for 24 hours, and it was completely cured. I was then able to scrap off any extra, do a nice neat trim if needed, and tape. (If raining, or very humid, I would base it on touch.) My typical routine is to work on two to four windows at a time, scrapping, sanding, glazing, taping, and then painting. My standard schedule was to let dry overnight, and come back the next day. In some instances I could work in the am, and come back at the end of the day. I would then tape and paint, leave for another overnight, before I peeled off the tape. Knowing I could not address the time frame required for an oil based glaze, it was never really an option and I only used it for once. Aqua Glaze is my go to product, and I have four windows left to finish this summer. I like it very much. Two comments I have are: you must continue to knead it as you work, and plan to work fast, as it does set up quickly. I learned early, do one pane at a time, as it will set up and you won't be able to go back and make corrections.
Answered by: AxfordManor
Date published: 2020-04-23
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