Steps for Converting Rough Stucco into Smooth Stucco
- Smooth the Surface: Using a high grit sanding paper, sand down the rough stucco to as smooth as possible.
- Wash off the Surface: Wash off the surface of the stucco wall using a hosepipe.
- Apply the Primer:
- Apply the Smoothing Filler :
- Sand the Wall:
Can stucco be applied over rough stucco?
In the 1970s and 1980s, both the inside and outside of residences used rough stucco. For some, though, this rough appearance is too old or too harsh to touch. Thankfully, rough stucco may be smoothed out by using another substance and finished with equipment meant to give walls a flat, glossy appearance.
Does stucco exist in a smooth form?
Smooth stucco, also known as a fine cement based finish, is one of the most difficult textures to produce, but it’s also the most popular choice among homeowners since it’s the simplest to maintain and has the closest appearance to a painted home. Rustic appearance is the distinction between Smooth Finish and Spanish Santa Barbara finish.