Fog Coat may be applied to blend the color of textured Stucco Color Coat finishes or revitalize older stucco finish with the same color. It is a portland cement base product that can be recoated with stucco color coat in the future. Fog Coat may be applied to stucco finish as soon as the finish has dried. The color level may be adjusted darker in the field as necessary to more closely match the existing color, by adding a small amount of additional pigment from a color pack of the same color.
Allegro II Cement Coating is neither Fog Coat nor Paint, Allegro is something between the two and is the product designed to change or in some cases provide surface color, it also can be recoated with stucco color coat in the future.
Allegro II Cement Coating is a cost-effective, durable and long-lasting colored coating that can be applied to portland cement surfaces such as: stucco (including smooth Santa Barbara Mission Finish), Concrete block/Concrete masonry unit (CMU) and Precast concrete.
Paint is a coating used to cover many surfaces including stucco in some cases. Proper preparation and pH levels are key to the success when painting a stucco wall. Paint may be applied 28-days after the stucco has been applied. If this is not the case, the pH level and preparation recommendations of the paint supplier should be followed.