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After taking care of a bee problem we were left with this hole to fix.
Take two pieces of scap wood, just long enough to expan the hole. Then secure with screws.
Screw the stucco piece to the wood.
This is quick drying spackle, since it's a rough stucco you don't have to be neat.
You only have to wait fifteen minutes or so for this spackle to dry. Then you can paint.
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This is a good tutorial and the finished result looks really good. You can't even tell there was ever a hole, which is the overall purpose. I wonder how that spot looks now. http://www.lifeincolorpainting.com/
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