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Old 05-18-2010, 09:00 AM   #1
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wing window weatherstrip/sealer

I finally got my two wing windows apart, had to drill out a few rusted screws. What is the sealer/gasket material that was between the two panes of glass? I need to replace it now that the windows have been cleaned. It is a rubbery 1/4 inch square strip that fits between the two panes, and it was grey in color. Can I use regular window and door silicon?

I'm sure Andy will know! Andy?

Thanks for any help

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