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Old 12-28-2013, 05:42 AM   #1
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Painting stucco question


I am painting new stucco - is the elastomeric paint a good choice? what brand is recommended? I have seen the exterior of houses -where there are stains /mildew -how do I avoid that? Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.
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GSPER---I suggest you go to the 'painting' forum here and start a new thread on your stucco paint----Moderator---

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Loxon primer, Sherlastic elastomeric paint……from Sherwin-Williams. Mold and mildew are the result of moisture issues that need addressed before painting.

Recent thread: Masonary paint

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Loxon primer, Sherlastic elastomeric primer……from Sherwin-Williams. Mold and mildew are the result of moisture issues that need addressed before painting.

Recent thread: Masonary paint
I agree but I think he meant Loxon primer, Sherlastic Elastomeric Paint. As for the mold and mildew issues yes address before painting. You don't say where you are but here in Fla. we get these issues every year but a little bleach in some water will wash it right off. I don't think there is anything to keep it from occurring.
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