Sarco Multi Glaze - Too Dry?

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Old 06-15-15, 09:28 AM
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Sarco Multi Glaze - Too Dry?

I kept a tub of Sarco Multi Glaze in my basement over the winter. While it seems to work, it definitely seems a little drier than the last time I used it. Also, the putty at the bottom of the tub seems drier than the top.

Can boiled linseed oil be added if it's too dry?

How dry is too dry? I was able to glaze a window, but the glazing lost its tackiness only after a day or two (window stored inside). Last summer I recall it took at least 4-5 days for the tackiness to go away.
 
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Old 06-15-15, 12:35 PM
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Linseed oil will work although I often use mineral spirits - it only takes a few drops!
 
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