I'm trying to figure out a way to create a black glazing putty to set
the glass in a hutch I painted with black milk paint.
The only glazing putty I can find is the white DAP at Lowes/Home Depot.
If I use it as-is it will stand out like a sore thumb.
Does anybody know of a place to get this in black?
Is there any way to tint the white putty and still have it function as
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It is a mixture of whiting and linseed oil so I would think any of the
universal colorants would work. Might not be able to get a black black
though. Why not just paint it after it skins?
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It used to be traditional to mix it with soot, scraped from the inside
of a (cold) woodburning stove or flue, for use in setting stained
glass into black lead cames. You could do it that way, or check with a
stained glass window maker to see if black glazing putty is
manufactured for that craft.
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