Austin’s Glazier Putty

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Austin’s Glazier Putty
5.00 LBS
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Born out of the need for a glazing putty that fits the need of historic window restorers across the world, Austin’s Glazier’s Putty is a premium fast-skinning glazing putty that is mildew resistant. The perfect putty for both the professional restorer and DIYer. Manufactured by Sarco Putty Co. exclusively for The Craftsman Blog.

It is an easy to work, knife grade putty that delivers a smooth clean line with minimal effort on both wood and steel windows. It resists shrinking and wrinkling like other putties.

  • Mildew resistant formula
  • For glazing wood and steel sash
  • Ready for paint in 3-7 days
  • Can be used for in shop or in-situ glazing
  • Must be painted, but does not require priming
  • Quart size ships in resealable screw top container
  • Please recycle or re-use the containers after use.


  • Best practices - Prime the wood prior to installing the putty to seal the wood and avoid it pulling oils out of the putty.
  • Do not prime the putty itself once it is ready for paint. The putty should only get 2 top coats of paint and no primer


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  • 5
    Austin’s glazing putty

    Posted by Jeremy Brennan on Jan 19th 2022

    This is an excellent glazing putty. Skins over quickly so it can be painted in a few days. I am currently restoring a 38 opening 4 square home in Tulsa. Works great for reglazing in the shop on a work table. I am also doing a lot of reglazing with windows still in place. The only issue I have had is that when I first open the tub the glaze is too soft to make a ball or rope which makes vertical glazing more of a challenge. Letting stand open helps to firm it up as long as it doesn’t skin. Will be interesting to see how it does in the hot Oklahoma summer. May have to leave the tub open for a bit before a job so it’s not too soft. I think most glazes have this issue and it has not really hampered my progress much. Just harder the first time I open the tub. I use the one gallon size.

  • 5
    A Product for Window Professionals by Window Professionals

    Posted by Staub Window Restorations LLC. on Nov 22nd 2021

    Our company operates in the extreme weather conditions of New Orleans, LA. Finding a glazing putty that worked well with humidity, allowed us to work on site, and also was specifically designed with mildew in mind was hard to find (especially as the pandemic started our usual supply chain). We gave Austin's Glazier's Putty a try and love it! The texture is great, it skins in 4-6 days as advertised, and is reasonable priced. We will continue to order from and make Austin's our prime supply for our historic preservation needs.

  • 4
    Austin's Putty

    Posted by James A. Hill on Oct 17th 2021

    Good workability, kind of oily but easy to use.

  • 5
    Great putty!

    Posted by Nancy Nyberg on Oct 4th 2021

    This was the first time I ever tried to glaze windows. I thought I would buy putty from an expert and I am happy that I did! I followed Scott’s instructions and it all worked out well. There is enough putty in this quart to glaze about six window panes. Unfortunately I have to glaze 48 window panes so need to get much, much, more.

  • 5
    Excellent product!

    Posted by Sean McLaughlin on Aug 9th 2021

    This stuff practically applies itself. It is so user friendly, I believe I could apply it blindfolded. Throw out the DAP crap & pick up a tub of this putty. And pick up some whiting while you're at it. It cuts the skin time & cleanup time down dramatically.

  • 5
    glazing putty

    Posted by gary on Aug 19th 2020

    Absolutely the best putty I have ever worked with, Dap33 is in the trash can. Easy to apply, one drag with a sharp putty knife trims edge and smooths the finish at perfect angle with minimal mess or waste. Not cheap but saves time and effort, really a no fuss putty once you get the hang of it. 108 panes got me to near expert status.

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