7 Ways to Paint Stucco

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This article was co-authored by Patrick Coye and by wikiHow staff writer, Eric McClure. Patrick Coye is the owner and operator of Patrick’s Painting & Home Improvement in Alexandria, Virginia. With over 15 years of experience in residential construction, Patrick specializes in painting, wallpaper removal/installation, drywall, staining decks and fences, and kitchen cabinetry painting. To date, Patrick and his team have painted over 2,000 houses and stained over 800 decks. Patrick’s Company won a “Top Job” award from the American Painting contractor magazine in 2020. This article has been viewed 200,033 times.

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Stucco can be tricky to paint because of it’s rough and uneven texture. But if you clean the surface and apply a layer of masonry paint, it should turn out well. Start by pressure washing the stucco to remove dirt and impurities from the surface. Allow it to dry completely, then dip a paint roller into a tray of masonry paint and roll it onto the stucco using smooth, straight lines. Work your way from one end to the other and apply a thin, even coat. Allow the paint to fully dry and then roll on a second coat for better coverage. When the paint cures after about a month, it will keep your stucco protected for years. For tips about how to fill in gaps with a masonry brush, keep reading!

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