They have latex glazing compound, for which they rec. latex based
primer. Old glazing method - one, anyway - was to paint on linseed oil
prior to glazing. Old glazing compound was oily, so would probably
leave oil residue in wood and keep latex primer from sticking. Good
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Just a guess but probably to keep the oil in the glazing compound (they
are generally linseed oil and a filler like whiting) from being sucked
out which would make the glazing compound dry and crumbly .
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