How to Stucco a Block Wall?


To stucco a block wall, first you must apply a concrete bonding agent to the block and let it completely dry. Next, apply a scratch coat (one quarter to one half inch) of stucco, and allow to partially dry. Scratch to one eight inch depth, allow to harden for forty eight hours while keeping the surface moist. Finally, a finishing coat can be applied. You can find more information here:
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First brush a concrete bonding agent on the wall to ensure the stucco will stick. Attach temporary strips of 3/8 inch strips on the top and bottom of the wall. Apply the base coat building up the stucco on the full wall. once finished used a 2/4 and ride across the temporary rails to level the surface. Remove the screeds and then float the surface. Mix and apply the finish coat. You can find out more information here:
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