Time to replace the ageing head
with an electric
sits on a raised GRP internal furniture moulding topped off with a bit of teak
& holly plywood
for looks. The floor in the rest of the head area has a teak
grating sitting on top of a shower
All the wood bits are in need a bit of cleaning
up and refinishing. The teak grate is a nicely put together bit of woodwork that is finished with originally with some 2 pack polly and then overcoated at some stage (by PO) with a single
. In each of the 128 3/4 x 3/4" square holes the single
pack stuff is peeling as I guess it was not prepared properly when the single pack stuff was put on and is an unsightly mess.
I found my father in-laws high pressure wash machine at the back of the shed an managed to remove most of the peeling stuff - anyone got any tips/experiences for an easy way to prepare the inside of the square holes for refinishing??
I thought about taking it apart, but it is glued & screwed and don't want to destroy it..
I reckon I'm up for many hours of manual toil... Have to pull up a chair and a beer
Let me see - say 2 min per hole by 128 holes = h'mm 4 hours!!