Just in case anyone was wondering, the work is still in progress on Diggity Dodge. I've had to limit my strenuous activities to stop burning off more than I put in as far as nutrition/calories. Being underweight is no fun and causes health issues too.
On to the progress...I have the kitchen wall almost finished with the Luan. Just a couple of small areas on the sides to cut and fit.
I'll be making new window framing when this is done.
I've chosen to do the walls with the Fasade thermoplastic panels. Pretty much settled on the Bermuda Bronze color. Dad just bought some of it, so I sampled it against the counter top covering I'm going to use. I think it goes well together. Thoughts? The green stuff I put down before just didn't click with me, the more I looked at it. Probably a good thing I had to tear it off because of the bubbling, I think I would have grown to hate it. LOL
Speaking of the bubbling problem, I decided to fill the areas on the wood counter top that had screws with plastic wood. I also evened up some edges with it to see if helps. Despite the screws being level to the wood surface, this peel and stick stuff suffered small air bubbles in every screwed down area.
After filling in the areas, I sanded them down and it seems to be very level now. Shouldn't have any more bubbling in the covering now. I'm wondering how it will hold if I have to work the covering down to smooth it out. Will it just lift off the wood, or out of the depressions that it filled? I'll know after the installation. ;-)
That's pretty much all I've done in the last couple of weeks. Hopefully things will speed up again soon.
Take care all.