So the Admiral and I agreed that the head area needed work. It was dark, dingy, full of holes and rough edges. Restoring the wood to it’s natural state was going to be too much work and would never really look right due to the holes and discoloration over the years.
So we filled the holes sanded and painted. Along the way we changed out the faucet, re-routed the drainage off the mast and covered the ugly holes from the old holding tank & toilet.
Then sanded and primed and painted with a one part polyurethane (West Marine Sea Gloss White).
It was an amazing amount of work for such a small space! Took twice as long as I expected!
After painting the door we decided to use a fabric curtain. This was lighter and gave a big guy like me a little extra elbow room.
Pretty happy with the results!
Greg S. – Wailana – Hull #1