Where is the stucco - exterior siding on a house?, in a basement?
Yes, you can. I would use a paint sprayer and masonry paint. Good luck and stay safe!
This has some great info:
Yes, you can! I would use concrete paint. Try Sherwin Williams. Try using the paint that we used to paint our concrete patio. This paint was amazing:
We spray painted ours with paint we would have used for any other area. Ours is true stucco on the exterior so we used exterior house paint.
If you have it on the interior, you could use a rough texture roller. Make sure you run a lint roller over it before using because that nap is notorious for leaving bits of lint.
Here's another discussion about it that might help: https://www.hometalk.com/31015353/q-is-it-ok-to-paint-stucco
You can certainly paint stucco, I would try to find a way to use a paint sprayer on it. Brushing and rolling would take a lot longer because of all the uneven texture.
There have rollers on the market that are specifically made for stucco painting.You should be able to buy them at any hardware store.Good luck.
My house is stucco. Yes you can paint it. I recommend spraying as a roller or brush will take forever. You can purchase a paint sprayer or just rent one from a local tool rental. Same rules apply. Prep is key to a professional result. Need to powerwash, repair any cracks then paint.
Agreed on renting a power washer and a paint sprayer if its on the outside of your house - that would give you the absolute best possible results. Depending on the age of the stucco and how BIG of a color change you're going for you may want to use a primer. Look for exterior primers and consider masonry paint for the longest lasting finish.
Spray painting of stucco is the common method with high pressure wash done prior to painting to insure good adhesion. I'm assumig you are asking about painting exterior stucco.
Check with a reputable paint store to get the right type of paint.
Sure, you can do that. Just clean it well first and find the appropriate paint that sticks to stucco.
Wash down the Stucco, Seal it and then use a Masonry paint. Best wishes
Here's a video that might help - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vDcSBDcBW4