How best to paint fresh masonary patch?

I have a stucco on cinder block wall in need of some mortar patching where patches of stucco no longer are attached. I would like to follow up the same day with paint but know most paint wants fresh mortar to cure for 30 days or more. If the paint peels at the patches I can come back and touch it up. Is there anyway to do both jobs in one day with ok results, patch and paint in one day, a vinegar wash and rinse or some other trick?
Thanks for any help
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On 5/5/2012 8:58 AM, andyeverett wrote:

There is latex stucco patch, sanded and unsanded. We used it in Florida and it worked great. Don/t recall the time delay for painting, but the stuff is easy to use.
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if you want to do the job twice then do it all in one day...........
some jobs just cant be done instantly, hats the rush?
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A costomer 30 minutes away that I would like to get the job done in one day, not too much patching. If the paint peeled a little at the patches I could touch up when they need me again for odd jobs.
Thanks for your help!
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Thought about some coloring in the stucco??
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On 5/5/2012 3:18 PM, hr(bob) snipped-for-privacy@att.net wrote:

Stucco on concrete block is almost always painted, isn't it? In Florida it is. We used DAP ready mixed stucco patch for a number of large dings and chips. It is easy to use, can be tooled (not that difficult) to match existing surface....the tech data says "white", but I can't for the life of me remember is it is white when it is set. Hubby and I went around filling in all kinds of chips and missing chunks on our condo just prior to painting by contractor. One evil problem was a nasty old rusty fire extinguisher cabinet .. dark green on white building. We tore it out to discover there as block behind it but the bottom had open cores of the blocks below. We got some concrete pavers, used the stucco patch for mortar and filled in so the space had a solid bottom. Shrinks a little, so used another coat. Used a scrub brush to tamp in the texture, waiting a few minutes for it to set first. Other than that area, the largest fill we did was probably 6" x 8" x 2", plenty of chipped corners hit by mowers. We were really proud of the way it looked after painting and was still fine 10 yrs later. Tech data says wait three days to paint, but I think if one used acryllic paint after it set less one would have much better chance that trying to paint uncured mortar.
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andyeverett wrote:

I don't know the answer, but this morning I happened to be reading the product data sheet for Sakrete Type N Mortar Mix that I will be using on a chimney repair. Regarding painting, it just says:
"Can Be Painted -- Using an alkali resistant lime proof paint usually within 7 days provided the masonry is dry" -- whatever that means.
Here's a link to Sakrete product data sheets in case you happen to be using that brand of stucco: http://www.sakrete.com/tech-data/ .
Or you could try checking the website for whatever brand you are going to use.
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