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Old 04-15-2008, 08:13 PM   #1
 
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I just joined up to the site. I'm from Kelowna B.C. Canada. Just moved out here from Whistler and I'm going to try and start my own painting company this summer. I think most of my jobs will be painting stucco, I only did one job in Whistler and we rolled it all, whats the method for spraying stucco?
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Old 04-15-2008, 09:02 PM   #2
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Old 04-15-2008, 09:02 PM   #3
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.....whats the method for spraying stucco?
A very BIG pump and elastomeric. I think that stuff is suppose to be pumped at about 1gal per min. I could be wrong. The Stucco home I did, we used Loxon and Duration. Worked great! I am so glad it worked because I didn't have a pump big enough for elastomeric nor could I rent one anywhere.....

Oh wait.... spraying stucco? like in spraying the stucco product? or spraying a product onto stucco?

Huh.. had to rethink your question.... I first assumed the painter version of the question then I thought about it some more and figured I didn't want to fall to assumption... hehe.. So the need to ask what you meant is in order.

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Hey,

Sorry i ment putting paint onto a stucco building. Not putting on the stucco itself.
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