Jan 14, 2007, 11:15 AM
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We have seen 2 types of beautiful unpainted/unpigmented stucco...
1. a kind of greyish..a little white....almost silvery, and
2. very light earthy, creamy
We would like most of our interior walls to have this look......
What is the mixture that produces these finishes?
Is it just the final estuco layer? the 3rd layer?
If they become discolored for some reason, depending on depth, can't they simply be sanded/recoated?
For the several existing block, (not mamposteria) walls, they appear to have one layer of a smooth coat, w/ one layer of paint...........in order to apply stucco, don't we have to scrape these walls, for proper adhesion?
A house nearby has an exterior of color integrado.....smoother than the usual "sponge", or "sneaker" finish.......how was it applied?
I have read all the past posts re stucco, but am still a bit confused. Thanks