Putty weatherproofs stained glass windows. Brian Canfield describes his recipe for creating putty using lime, finishing cement, plaster of Paris, and boiled linseed oil. Other tools include a stiff bristle brush, a finishing brush, a pick, a wire brush, and finishing wax.
Canfield describes the proper application of putty to a stained glass piece of art. Do not miss a channel or the window will leak. Most putties take three weeks to cure; adding dry lime will reduce the time period.
Credits: Working with Putty: Lesson 6
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This program shows how to use putty when working with stained glass.
Length: 14 minutes
Copyright date: ©2011
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