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proross7

08:22PM | 05/23/06
Member Since: 05/21/06
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I have got to make a decision in just a few days about applying stucco over painted brick. My contractor says he can water pressure the house which is a 40' x 60' house, two stories high, apply a bonding agent and then stucco. I have tried to find out some info about metal lathing vs. bonding agents, etc. but can't find out much. I don't know what to do and I am running out of time to make a decision. If any of you out there have any kind of advice, I would appreciate it so much. Thanks.

k2

07:53PM | 05/24/06
Member Since: 06/06/03
1250 lifetime posts
Sorry, I think your question is out of our league here in MISC forum. Sad as it sounds, we get questions about such things as threading sewing machines, reprogramming remote controls, making poker tables, and building rabbit hutches. And those are over most of our heads too :-) It's kind of the Rodney Dangerfield of the forums!

...you might try posting over in Masonry (if you haven't already)...Good luck.

Regards,

-k2 in CO

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