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How to fix a bad stucco patch, Stucco texture match any new stucco texture










How to fix a bad stucco patch, Stucco texture match any new stucco texture.
They rely on your skill or time to figure out the easiest way to correct the situation.

For us, as long-time applicators or most plastering professionals, we need only look at the problem, and instantly we can understand how to correct it.
Material knowledge with any trade is needed.
One can learn to apply stucco in a few years. However, material knowledge takes around ten solid years with many tips of repairs involved, that is to have a broad understanding of the best stuccos for all repairs.

Fyi, the advantages/benefits of a stucco finish coat color.
They are fifty times to seventy times thicker than paint. That is why one can quickly repair most patches.
This is also why stucco medium or heavy sand finishes cover/hide imperfections in existing stucco finishes and why painting enhances these flaws.

In this video, I’m using “La Habra, fine sand finish,” as that’s what the previous guys used; I have to use their finish coat to match their finished work.

More texturing videos are below. Stucco color retexturing patches. make smooth, heavy textures, heavy stucco sand finish. integrated stucco color finishes and texture. Applying a skip trowel stucco or plaster texture or finish. Spreading a Skip trowel texture with base coat. How to match stucco skip trowel finishes.

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