Such coatings can be also applied on paper or wired structures. The primary or, scratch coat is applied on the surface which bonds with the substrate. Once this coat is set, it is scratched and the second layer, known as brown coat is applied, which in turn bonds with the scratched surface of the primary coat. The finish coat is the last and outermost layer applied to give a great finish. The finish coat can be colored, if needed.Synthetic Stucco -- There are various synthetic materials which resemble stucco and since the last few decades, many buildings in America are coated with these. Such synthetic fibers or acrylics when added to the basic stucco, makes it more strong, flexible and less heavy because of their single one-layer structure.
Though the lighter mass of synthetic stucco as compared to the three-layer traditional stucco makes it more susceptible to hard blow, it is pretty cost effective and easy to install. The most popular synthetic stucco at present is the EIFS or, Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems. It is a three layered single stucco structure consisting of a polystyrene insulation board, a base coat attached to a fiberglass mesh and a colored finish coat. EIFS has all the advantages of synthetic stucco and in addition, it has excellent insulation property. The only disadvantage is sometimes; it absorbs and retain moisture which may cause water damage to the structure.A wide range of stucco colors/paints are available in the market, nowadays.
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