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Plug and patch holes in exterior wall

Hi, while removing and replacing some old fixtures & sprinkler controllers mounted on the exterior wall of the house (stucco), I noticed two holes that were drilled deeper than necessary by the previous owner.


The holes are just shy of a quarter inch in diameter but seem to go past the concrete (depth about 1.5 inches). What's the best way to plug these holes?


If I follow the recommendation posted at the below link, is that sufficient in my case:

http://community.homedepot.com/howto/DiscussionDetail/What-is-the-best-way-to-repair-holes-in-exterior-concrete-walls-906500000000EhP


Thanks in advance!


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Posted 2017-09-08T18:29:28+0000  by pelicanjoe pelicanjoe
 
Getting any kind of cementitious patch into a 1/4" hole isn't going to be easy.  I'd think a color matched caulk would be an easier fix.  Dap's Dynaflex 230 comes in bunch of colors or could be painted to match the exterior of your home.
Posted 2017-09-09T10:05:04+0000  by Adam444
 
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