Transform my brick front of a house into a stucco wall.
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Hello, folks in this episode. We share some tips for spreading or applying stucco over a brick wall. Of course, both terms mean the same thing.
This application can also be used for the interior, say a fireplace or whatever.
Note, You do not need to attach stucco netting to brick walls; it’s counter-productive.
Nor do you need to attach any backer boards of any kind.
If anyone says so, they have enough time to think about their right but not enough to know they’re wrong.
No stucco settings or wires or boards are necessary. In fact, they are counter-productive.
If your bricks are painted, clean the bricks well, then apply a bonding agent, and now plaster away. I have at least 25 videos on how it should be done. Then, simply type in how to stucco over painted bricks. It’s common sense for longevity.
Scratch coats are also unnecessary for cementitious walls, including brick, cinder blocks, CMU, Cement Blocks, Terra Cotta walls, or cementitious substrates.
Keep in mind a Scratch Coat is 3/8 of an inch thick, whereas a Skimcoat is at least one-half inch or more; this minor 1/8 difference makes a big difference.
What happens if you apply less than 1/2 inch going over Cement Blocks?
Excellent question; glad you asked; nothing.
Except when it rains, you will possibly notice the grout lines.
Below are similar videos of stucco over cement, block, and brick walls to provide ideas, education, and entertainment. The last two videos are for never again painting of retaining walls, ever!
https://youtu.be/dw34VLYFC1Y/ Improve the Look of block walls with stucco.
https://youtu.be/LW9Dwxl2W4c/ Stucco over concrete walls to remove form board lines.
https://youtu.be/MbZHkJCJuZ8/ Improve the look of your brick walls, Green-Core cement.
https://youtu.be/d3sHR8KD16c/ Stucco acrylic going old cementitious stucco finish.
https://youtu.be/T5kA6KdfAE8/ Making brick designs in brown stucco coat, SF.
https://youtu.be/TuwvarKFpko/ White stucco for never again painting of block walls.
https://youtu.be/IIeZcYBUbX8/ Stucco a Block Wall to match the color old Chimney.
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Learn to stucco over the brick front of a house.
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