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Any polyurethane caulk should work, shoe goo might work, the clear siliconized acrylic latex might do it, silicone won't do it. Depends on the window, is it broken? Just making a winter bubble? front glass? Wind? Hope this helps.

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Sorry to post this type of solution, but this is def a safety issue.

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