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Old 06-08-2011, 11:49 PM   #1
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Acrylic Stucco


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We just got our acrylic stucco done on a new home construction. I wanted a very smooth, flat, "commercial like" finish, as we have a modern style house. Our stucco contractor said it could be acheived by trowelling rather than spraying. Now I look at the finished result and it is lumpy and not at all smooth. you can also see the wavy wire lines underneath in some spots and also the patch marks where the scaffolding was attached to the house. What I am wondering is now that we need to somehow fix this? Can acrylic stucco be sanded now in order to acheive the flat smooth look that I originally wanted. Or any other suggestions, greatly appreciated!! Thanks!!!

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