Patching pop outs

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Old 10-26-16, 02:54 PM
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Patching pop outs

Hello,

When I scrape off just a pop out from the stucco (after removing the loose stuff with a putty knife) can't I just clean, apply a bonding agent, and re-stucco? I am only removing the top stucco and the base is fine (this isn't a great example picture because here, I'll actually need to add a touch of base to the crack in the base). But, if the crack weren't there, aren't I looking at a clean base that I can put stucco directly on (with a liquid bond)?

The person at the store said I should mix up stucco base and apply that first to all patch jobs --- but I'm thinking that he thinks there are large holes. I think my work is more cosmetic (?)

Thanks in advance for some help and guidance on this!
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Old 10-26-16, 02:58 PM
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Welcome to the forums!

Most of my stucco experience is related to making repairs prior to painting the stucco but I see no need for a base coat [it's already there] IMO the hardest part is making the new blend with the old.
 
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Thanks, that is great to know!
 

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