Replacing the glass encased in a door is a clear venture that anybody can effectively study. A softened pane of glass up an entrance door is unsightly and an indication of a house in decay. With a putty knife and glazing compound, you can rapidly and viably install another pane of glass in less than a hour.
- Pull off the wood stops holding the glass in place. Use a putty knife or 5-in-1 painter’s tool to help pry the pieces far from the glass.
- Put on a couple of safety gloves and delicately remove the damaged glass. Provided that the glass is completely destroyed, use the putty knife to help remove the sum of the pieces in the frame.
- Strip away the old glazing compound in the frame with the putty knife.
- Reduce the tip of another container of glazing compound at a 45-degree point with an utility knife. Embed the tube in the caulking firearm and set out an even globule of compound in the frame.
- Wearing your safety gloves, place the new pane of window into the frame and against the still wet glazing compound. Verify that the pane is immovably in place.
- Institute the wooden stops back.
- With a wet paper towel, wipe away any compound on the glass or wooden stops.