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Stucco Question - cold line?

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  • Stucco Question - cold line?

    I'm planning to stucco over the concrete block and concrete board construction. I already applied the mesh. question is, can I do this in batches, or does stucco have to be applied in one process? I know the directions say not to allow cold lines (where one batch is cured at the edges). but I don't think I can work that fast without help, which I generally avoid. anyone ever done this?

    I'm using a premix product, TXI Spec Mix Scratch & Brown.

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    Re: Stucco Question - cold line?

    You should lath it in panels. Otherwise you should stucco to natural breaks and edges.