The painting in the head has been progressing nicely. Bilgekote applied directly to the walls and floor has been taking nicely and leaving a very good slick surface. The first coat was very thin to avoid having runs in the paint.
The second coat is masking over the wooden surface while leaving a strong and durable finish.
We are planning to build a cabinet over the sink area which means that I might be needing to fiberglass to the bulkhead, so I’m not putting any paint there that might need to be sanded off again!
The frame for the sink and cabinet is assembled but not planked yet.
I also mounted the cleats for the planks on the side so that I could effectively paint up to them but not waste time painting beyond the cleats.
Lastly, the hose for the sump pump was run before the shower floor was glassed in fully. If you look closely, you will only see one hose run (the hose from the shower sump to discharge the shower water) but no hose to drain the sink. This is because I forgot to run that hose and won’t discover that little fact for a long time!