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Should stucco be primed before painting?

Yes, always
46%
In most cases
35%
In some cases
16%
Not sure
1%
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Question: Should stucco be primed before painting?
Top Answer (46% of 60 votes): Yes, always.

Answer: Yes, always
Explanation: Yes I promise to be used in between any coats of paint to help Adhesion and continuity
efficiency resolutions
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: If its new stucco prime first then finish 2 coats
MIRACLE MAN PAINTING
Answer: Yes, always
Explanation: Be sure the stucco is cured before primed and painted
RPS
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes, always
Explanation: We do not actually apply stucco but we do paint it after it has properly cured and a primer has been applied first.
Paint Works of Texas
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: Bare stucco is mostly sand and will absorb a great deal of paint if not primed.
Action Painting and Handyman
Answer: Yes, always
Explanation: Always prime before painting
Henson Coatings and Construction
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes, always
Explanation: If new it should have a masonry primer. There are also many exterior paints that have primer in them for new or repaints.
American Patch and Paint Co.
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: it depends on the texture you want!
Enchanted Painting
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: Yes, a primer should be used in most cases
Coatings by Chris
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes, always
Explanation: Can be the difference in a good paint job and seeing mistakes
Anthony Shelton Painting
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: If its new stucco then yes otherwise you can just paint over it.
Complete Home Painting, LLC
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: It depends on the application
Four All Seasons Construction
ProMatcher
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: It be painted with a concret masonry paint. Most of time stucco is already colored premixed before applying. Yes prime if not
A&B Painting
Answer: Yes, always
Explanation: For a good finish, priming is always recommended.
Schwendler Painting Services
Answer: Yes, always
Explanation: If it is new stucco it should be primed.
DelFavero Decorating Service LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: You need to check the ph level of the stucco to determine what needs to be applied.
Al & Brian's Painting
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: It depends on what colors and how the surface.
RITZ PAINTING
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: Raw stucco needs to be primed to seal the alkalinity of the concrete in the stucco to keep the finish coat from posing loose. Stucco that has beven previously painted (sealed) can be pressure washed and then painted
Bushco Contracting
ProMatcher
Answer: Yes, always
Explanation: Stucco is a porous material, it is a good idea to seal it off with good primer/sealer.
ArtsWorks
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: stucco don't need to be primed but you could use a stain blocker primer to cove stains
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