We installed the SS sink with a mixer that has a one-meter extension hose which will allow us to also do the washing outside (including the dog)
The mixer it is connected to an internal 54 lts water tank which will give us enough washing water for 3 or 4 days. We store the drinking filtered water in a different container.
It is nice to sit comfortably on the bed and we come with a simple solution to do it.
If it is one thing that we dislike about the Toyota Hiace Commuter is the grey colors on it so we start playing with colors on it.
Not the job that I have enjoyed but has to be done.
We bought total block material of reasonable quality and after learning few techniques from Youtube we give it a go.
And not much left to do apart of the DC wiring system.
Today we have the AC done and ready for certification, we have done the front bench back wall and we have the cushions.
We will have the van inspected for changing from commuter bus to a campervan next Tuesday and if all well it will be ready for registration and road ready.
Here are few photos of the progress.
Today we made and fitted the cabinet doors in a couple of cabinets. We are happy with the result making a nice contrast with the rest of the interior.
We never liked cooking inside and will do it only if the weather does not cooperate. Having that in mind we fitted at the back a large 45 kg capacity drawer which holds a single burner induction plate plus a two burner lpg stove.
Having the cooking facilities at the back allowing us to use the large back gate for protection of the weather. We are planning to have the option to put a canvas all around to have privacy when we using that part to have a shower. we
Both are portable so they can be moved to the camping table or inside where there is plenty room.
For washing the dishes we will use a portable collapsible sink with the faucet that will have a long hose for multipurpose use including outside shower.