Removing window glazing
Thanks for the tip with the heat gun. It worked great. I'm excited! I may actually get this done and save my old windows.
One quick question...the top panes in the lower sash slide into a groove in the upper edge. That edge doesn't just set in like the other 3 edges (and all the other panes). There is some old glazing compound in there...I'm going to carefully use a Dremel to get it out.
My question is this...how do I apply glazing to that area? Seems the only thing I can do is put a small bead of glazing in the groove and then push the window down into it.
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