The material is durable enough to last the next 100 years It is recommended to have it right away repaired when you begin to notice the appearance of cracks or blisters and before the injury grows.
The stucco that is wet can be damaged because of the extremely cold temperatures. Make sure that temperatures at night rise at or above 40°F before starting repairs. Dry, windy and hot temperatures can cause issues as they could drain away the water needed for the mix for it to properly cure.
Work in the sunlight if you wish to have stucco dry quickly. Between coatings, ensure that stucco stays damp by working in shade.
Another thing to remember is that you can be burned by the alkali composition of wet cement. So, it is important to work with care, wearing gloves, and avoid contact with the mix of stucco using the hands of your own. You should also have an hydration source in case you get any cement plaster on the skin.
Also, it is essential to be sure your coating’s permeability for water vapor as well as alkaline tolerable. Remember to also finish the coating in a manner that matches its surrounding.