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Old 06-27-2015, 07:46 AM   #1
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Any alternative ideas for sink cover/cutting board?

Was going to buy a sink cover/cutting board but turns out they are a little more than I wanted to spend, about $43+tax. I'm sure there are some other ideas out there. Thinking perhaps some hard plastic/poly board cut to width/depth with rounded corners and something on bottom side to position within the sink.
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Old 06-27-2015, 07:51 AM   #2
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I have seen off the shelf cutting boards made of poly that fit right in the slot of the sink from Walmart. You may have to cut one side of it but it looks good and is functional as a cutting board.

Our rig came with 2 covers that were made of the same Corian as the counter tops but we don't like them cause they are to heavy and take up storage space when not in place.
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Try Amazon or ebay or any other online source for best prices........
However the DW said she got ours at Wally World like Norty1 suggested.
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We popped for the sink covers (2), for our X23B and the wife loves 'em!

She says it gives her extra counter space and she uses it as a cutting board.
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Read this from the Mod forum: https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f3...mod-27604.html
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Since we seldom (ever?) cook inside our X17Z but frequently use the mini-sink, we did this to add counter space.
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Old 04-13-2016, 04:18 PM   #7
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Item No. Description Price Ea. Qty.
71336 One-Piece Sink Cover - Parchment $26.24 1
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Old 04-13-2016, 04:32 PM   #8
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I had kept the sink cutout from my kitchen countertop redo. We almost always cook outside so I had my son-in-law cut about six inches off of it so it fits on top of the stove and up to the refrigerator. It works great and I didn't cost anything! When traveling it goes between the back dinette cushion and the big Rubbermaid container we store on the seat. It has worked out well for me!
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My husband made an insert out of oak plywood with short feet attached to the bottom corners. It fits over the top of the stove and gives us more counter space. His hobby is cabinet-making, so he also finished the oak with a beautiful finish.
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I have a cutting board that is larger than my sink opening. Just place it over the sink when needed when traveling put it in the cupboard.
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