|Fig.1 Quickrete® Stucco 50# bag|
Supplies and Tools:
Bucket 5- Gallon or Concrete tub (small)
Concrete tools: Trowel
Exterior paint - Match color
Putty knife (scraper)
Quickrete® Stucco Patch Box
This is a simple repair of replacing stucco between a cement stairs and a stucco patio floor between a stair pathway. These stairs lead to a the pool area from a separate apartment.
This post shows the eight steps on how fill a little crack with stucco patch.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows a Quickrete® Stucco bag, but for this job stucco patch is better to use because it's boxed and comes in smaller amount. Fig.2 shows the cement stairs that lead down to the pool area.
|Fig.3 Cement near stucco|
|Fig.4 Patio flooring|
|Fig.5 The damaged stucco strip|
|Fig.6 Shoved stucco |
w/ putty knife
|Fig.7 Repair done|
Note: The UV rays will discolor the existing stucco flooring so the new paint will not be an exact match.
|Fig.8 Job finished|
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