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Hello ambitious guys and gals, who are interested in learning how to do it yourself, now possibly you can.
In most of our plastering videos, I’m explaining in “simply layman’s words” while applying or repairing to help you get a better understanding of the underlying ideas of how to fix your number #1 investment.
With a small bit of attention you can and will save cash, create a sense of euphoria and sleep well knowing, no problemo, I did this repair myself.
Save cash, great workout, sense of accomplishment, what more in life does a righteous person desire?
Teaching the world how to plaster one video at a time.

FYI the two coats I show in this sample video, these four samples are for what we would do on a wood sided home, lathed with paper and stucco netting.
For concrete, cinder block or even a brick wall what we apply is not what one would call a brown or a second coat but instead what we call a skim coat,
What is a skim coat? Great question glad you asked, it’s a single coat with a depth of say 1/4 to about 1/2 inch, or it can even be a bit thicker if necessary, what happens if you don’t have the skill to apply a half inch or more at a time?
Nothing, just add more, it’s still technically called a skim coat as your skimming a cementitious material such as cinder blocks or concrete.

Hello guys and gals, in this video we show the most common stucco finishes or textures, which are available using a two coat system for folks who wish to paint and go as smooth as cement stucco will allow.
(PLEASE, keep in mind in this video I say cracks will occur with 2 coat stucco systems, but they are generally small enough to be flooded with any quality paint, or worse case, a bit of caulking which takes just minutes.)

There are of course many other 2 coat stucco textures besides these four, such as skip trowel, Spanish lace, adobe and so on, stucco textures are limited only by one’s imagination.

More top videos below by your favorite plaster geek
and Jason too, sooo, sit back relax and enjoy the show, and oh yeah,
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stucco a concrete wall, J’s
Teaching Internal rendering
Mold and Mildew in walls
Teaching plaster patching
Learn to plaster fast
beginners learn plastering
BEST Learning to plaster
Repairing your investment
fat and ugly plaster coats
rendering cinder blocks
Magical Whiskers
STUCCO A WOOD HOME
Plastering behind beams
How to remove concrete
Awesome S. F. block work
Should Stucco walls breathe
Structo-lite lightweight
The old spinning hawk trick
Repair stucco styrofoam
skim coat concrete wall
color coat brothers house
Knockdown stucco dash

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