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5/32" Clear No Days Glaze

$10.95 USD
Buy 3 or more for $9.35 each
Item# 8363
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Product Features

  • Seal and strengthen leaded stained glass without cement
  • Strengthens when heated to 150ยบ F
  • Face measures 5/32"
  • Three 6 foot clear pieces per pack


Product Description

No Mess! No Toxic Fumes!
Seal and strengthen leaded stained glass without cement - in two minutes flat! Simply insert No Days Glaze into came, insert the glass and heat to 150 degrees to seal. Includes instructions. 18 feet total. For helpful hints and step-by-step instructions, click "View User Manual". Also for a video tutorial click on "View Product Videos"

Seen in first image below are black, pewter and clear No Days Glaze in the workshop.

Set-up is easy! See images below.
Step 1. Insert the No Days Glaze into the came. Press glass against the surface of the No Days Glaze.
Step 2. Heat glass using a heat gun where the glass meets the came.
Step 3. When the glass is heated, press the glass into the No Days Glaze to allow it to form to all three sides of the glass and came surfaces.
Step 4. Allow glass to briefly cool while you begin to work on your next piece.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Amazing Product
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Pros : fast, easy, no mess, you can choose to affix the came as you go or all at the end once your product it put together, no special equipment required except for an inexpensive heat gun.
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : I have been doing stained glass for several years and tried No Days Glaze for the first time last week. This product is great! It worked perfectly the first time I tried it. It's fast, easy and no mess what so ever as in the cement/whiting method . I'm not sure what the other reviewer was referring to about the glue showing. I had no problem at all with it oozing. As I mentioned earlier, it worked perfectly the very first time I tried it. I absolutely love this product! I will never go back to using cement/whiting.
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  •   No to No Days Glaze!
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Pros : Cement and whiting seem a lot less trouble now that I tried No Days Glaze.
Cons : Sorry this was a struggle to handle and it took me twice as long to finish a panel than usual. The stuff kept melting whenever the heat was anywhere close and then clumping up in all the wrong places as it cooled. Then even though I scrubbed all the lead lines, when I patina'd them there were gaps that the patina would not cover (I assume it was wherever the glue touched the lead). Try it on something little, a suncather, first and see how it works for you. I had to disassemble my panel, throw away the lead and reconstruct the whole thing.
Other Thoughts : I really wanted it to work. I'm disappointed.
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