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Cementing and Glazing Stuff for Leaded Glass

Glasspro Black Putty
Glasspro Black Putty

Glass Pro Putty is a fast-setting black colored stained glass cement designed for strengthening and waterproofing leaded glass panels. Unlike typical stained glass cement, which tends to be the consistency of pancake batter, this stuff is more the consistency of cookie dough. Some people find it easier to work with and easier to clean up after (with the help of whiting). It's a ready-to-use oil-based elastic compound that is easily applied. It adheres tenaciously to came and glass, expands and contracts with weather, and forms a tough surface coating while remaining permanently elastic. Apply at temperatures above 40 degrees F (4.5 degrees C).

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Lamp Black, 1 lb box
Lamp Black, 1 lb box
Item no: 8142
Empire Blended Products, Inc. item: Germantown LampBlack 1 lb
Retail price: $10.17 /each
3 or more $9.15 (10% discount)
6 or more $8.14 (20% discount)
In stock:  7  (units: each)
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A fine black powder, about the consistency of talcum, which we mix with other ingredients to make the leaded glass waterproofing cement in our studio. Its original source was the lampshades of the lamps used in the 19th century where it accumulated as the lamp burned. The amount of this carbon deposited on the lampshade was an indicator of the purity of the oil being burned. It was necessary to scrape the lampblack off from time to time, and various uses were found for it. It is now also used to color Portland Cement, when a dark grout is desired.