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hey hows it going guys so I just wanted to do a quick video on how I skip trialed did skip trial texture here in my house and as you can see I I did my whole house this way the ceiling thats the texture did the ceiling walls the only thing thats not skipped route is the bathroom which we did a smooth finishing but its a pretty it looks aggressive right now just because of the shape difference in the colors but I think once its painted heres the closeup of thats the texture I think once its painted itll be pretty subtle which is what we wanted so it doesnt really stand off the wall very much so well have to see how it looks once its all painted but Im pretty much done I just have this one section over here left to do and I just wanted to shoot a quick example of how I do it so when Im applying this I just do I I just run my trowel through it like that and I just get a thin layer on just one side of the trowel and thats gonna make it easier whenever I drag it across to gi