Not really causing any problems as the area is sheltered from the
weather....but I would like to make it more invisible....can anyone
offer any advice? I don't think anything is still moving because the
crack has been there for 10 years and is almost impossible to see
except for the fact that everything else is perfect.....I think some
sort of stucco repair would certainly be better than a caulk job, but
am unclear as how to proceed....
Or caulk using latex caulk and then paint over that. A painter frend of
mine told me to put some Alex Plus caulk on a wet rag and rub the area to
fill hairline cracks then you can paint over that. Latex caulk can actually
be thinned that way
Stucco patch will not work unless the crack is big enough to hold enough
Our stucco on concrete block was painted over 5 years ago, and the
contractor used brushable caulk on the many fine hairline cracks. None
of them have reappeared, and the caulk doesn't show through the paint.
There is also a latex stucco patch that works very nicely on larger
defects, comes textured and plain.
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