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Do you 'fill in' any cracks in your stucco or cement-walls on your house? If yes, how do you do it?

If you have skinny or large long cracks on the outside of your house that is made out of stucco or cement, do you fill those cracks in? And if you do, how do you do it and what do you use?

Mine are on the outside of the house under a large window, and also in many places inside of my garage (same side as the outside window, near a bedroom).
Would like to cover them or fill those cracks-in so no insects find a home in those cracks.

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You can buy various colors of patching mortar in caulk tubes. It's great for narrow cracks but for large holes or gaping cracks, use patching mortar in a bucket.

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EquineEloquence
Thankyou so much for your answer. It is such a help :]
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You're welcome. I've used the caulk tube mortar on my own house and on a few of my customers houses with great success.
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Thank you :]

I will try to get get some 'Tube Mortar' soon, so I can make this poor house look prettier.

Oh, and, "peace-be-with-you".
Hippies Rule. :]
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Groovy.
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Yowzzaa.
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Mortar! The same stuff one would use to tile with. You can find it premade in a bucket and its super easy to apply

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Thank you so much for your answer :]
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