3 years ago I had a plumber replace pipes. In one spot they had to open a
1x2 foot hole in the stucco, and didnt do a good job fixing it. Now its
cracked about enough to let water in and looks crappy so I want to take it
out and redo. Seems like a somewhat big job for a nonhandyman so I thought
to ask here for advice. So far I have a box of Rapidset mortar mix, small
trowel, wood float, hammer and chisel. I suspect they did not use lathe
(because it seems a little springy) but thought I'd open it up and see
first, then go back and buy lathe, felt, snips, and staple gun if necessary.
So, any advice before I take the plunge?
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