|The van metal floor has now been waterproofed |
from the inside! (black colouring sealant as shown). The front
of the van also has this on the floor under the driver and
passenger foot areas.
|Got the waterproofed (from below) wooden floor installed,|
now beginning the tiling process. Getting excited now!
|Ongoing tiling continues (here I am merely aligning tiles for a test),|
but I am going to need moretiles to finish the job.
Will get some more later from the home improvement store.
Next weekend is supposed to be rainy and windy (or so the weather service says so!??!?), so considering I don't have a garage (I am getting a garage hire on 18/5), I will have to work on the van tiling inside the van during any rains. This work will only take 4 hours or so. Then I can start to figure out the most single important piece of this project...the sleeping platform/cabinet system inside the van. So far, I am basing my design of the "DinoEvo" design. DinoEvo was/is based off the same van I own, but it's 3 years older. Given this all of the measurements are the same as my van. I have to decide what type of work I want to use for this. I will ask around for advice...However as for the design itself, why reinvent the wheel if someone has already found the silver bullet? :)
Cheers from the 420-Van man!