Re: Window Glazing

james murrie

One person's opinion; strong yes, consistent transpaency, no. The larger the window, the more it was noticable. But, as I said, that's just my experience so it might include large amounts of "operator error".
Jim Murrie

--- In, "behillman" <chris_hillman@...> wrote:

How good is the liquid window-glazing that you put in with a "tooth-pick" (more or less) for like, caboose windows?

Does it dry thick enough to be strong against breaking and is it pretty smooth, consistent in transparency?

Thanks, Paul Hillman

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