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Old 10-04-2013, 02:39 AM   #1
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Anyone ever painted this type of stucco before?


Need some tips or advice I am repainting a 1960's bungalow but have never painted over this type of stucco, It has white crushed rocks on it and when i glide my hand over it the rocks very easily fall off, if painted i would think the rocks would fall off and reveal the old color, what would be the best method to get this stucco painted properly?

the stucco looks exactly like this but without the broken crushed glass.


very similar home i am trying to paint


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Anyone ever painted this type of stucco before?


I'd spray it with a coat (or 2) of peel stop primer. But I'm no painter...

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Have never seen stucco like that. Don't think peel stop will work but I can't think of anything better at the moment.
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Have never seen stucco like that. Don't think peel stop will work but I can't think of anything better at the moment.
I've seen it quite a few times in CA and HI. I think PS would be the ticket if you get enough of it on there. It maybe one case of the more primer the better.
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Thank's for the reply guys after some research the peel stop primer might be a good way to go but the weather is getting cooler so ill be waiting until summer, What ill try is brush off all the loose rocks then spray 2 - 3 coats of peel stop primer and see how the results are but for now ill wait for other people to chime in see if there are any other methods, Ill keep you guys posted
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