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We have a 20 year old home with shelled tabby stucco. We recently had several large cracks repaired- the problem is the color of the caulk used to repair is slightly darker then the stucco and now repairs are quite visable. We were planning to clearcoat the whole house with prime a pel, but not sure what to do now- can you paint the house because of the shells? Do people paint over shelled stucco? How does this look? It seems very few people have experience dealing with shelled stucco.

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