I have a large bow window in my living room that is quite a few years old. It has (12) 14×14 glass panels in it (double pane) that seem to have lost their seal. There is moisture and dust in between some of them and they are rather drafty. Since winter is coming and I don’t want to replace the rather costly window this year, I would like to at least re-glaze or caulk the exterior and interior of the panes to keep the drafts out. Is there any benefit to using glazing compound rather than a really high quality paintable caulk? I would be tempted to think that the caulking would work better. At this point any advise would be appreciated. I have electric heat and I live in northern Massachusetts so you can probably detect the urgency of sealing out the winter weather. Thanks for your help…
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