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Maybe try stripping them with stripper instead next time.

WTF! What on earth do you think I did?! Peel Away, all the way, still a BI!CH!
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I like muntins. You ain't seen nuthin til you're down on a muntin and you're sure to be a changing your ways!
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WTF! What on earth do you think I did?! Peel Away, all the way, still a BI!CH!
He thought you were using muntins to strip with.
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I am beginning to think nobody on this thread knows the anatomy of a window OR it's always about food.
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Could I use BIN to paint over glazing putty or does it absolutely need to be oil. I have plenty of BIN on hand but no oil primer, what do ya all say?
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I am beginning to think nobody on this thread knows the anatomy of a window OR it's always about food.
I know what a muntin is. I just thought it was silly to use them to strip windows.
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earl. The bin will crack
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I know what a muntin is. I just thought it was silly to use them to strip windows.
It's the muntins that are being stripped, silly.
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From Dap 33 Glazing Data Sheet

DAP® ‘33’® Glazing must be painted after it has skinned over and attained a firm set. Firm set is typically demonstrated when a light finger touch to the surface does not leave a fingerprint. Firm set may occur in as little as 7 days after application, but more likely 2-3 weeks after application.

Painting must be done only after firm set is achieved.
When painting, use only (i) a high quality exterior-grade oil-based paint, or (ii) prime with a high quality oil-based primer and topcoat with a high quality exterior-grade acrylic-latex paint finish.

The paint line must overlap onto the face portion of the glass, as well as the bedding area where the sash and glass meet.
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Painting must be done only after firm set is achieved.
When painting, use only (i) a high quality exterior-grade oil-based paint, or (ii) prime with a high quality oil-based primer and topcoat with a high quality exterior-grade acrylic-latex paint finish.

Yes! I read that, too. Just was wondering if there was a cheaters permit. Apparently, not!
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Yes! I read that, too. Just was wondering if there was a cheaters permit. Apparently, not!

Painters make up their own concoctions and applications all the time. No one would blame you.
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Painters make up their own concoctions and applications all the time. No one would blame you.

I'D BLAME ME! (If I created a failure.)
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