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We have a few customers that have used Trex Decking and are really enjoying the results, so I can say that it comes with good reviews. However, installing anything over concrete is something you should look into. Trex has a great installation guide with downloadable PDF's you can look into. http ...

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Exterior paint for stucco should work. Any good exterior primer should be a good start. You probably wouldn't need to seal them. Exterior paint is made to endure the elements.

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If it's fresh it should just scrape up. Get a flat hoe like tool you can get into with and try that . If you use a power washer inside you can mess up the walls but if it's outside then ok

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