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Old 12-12-2017, 12:06 PM   #1
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stove top cover

We have a 2016 Eagle HT 28.5. Wondering if any one have found a stove top cover like maybe the foding ones they have on most TTs. D.W. is pestering me and I cant find one that fits.
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Old 12-12-2017, 12:43 PM   #2
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Not a folding top, but...

As a DIY project, we 'repurposed' a hard plastic, translucent cutting board to be a stove cover, hot pad, cutting board, and splatter guard.

We added three wine bottle corks (cut to ~1/3 length) to serve as legs. They are spaced to fit between the TT stove grates to hold the board in place when traveling. When cooking, the board leans up against the back wall to be a splatter guard.
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We use a Hardwood cover on our stove. It originally came with a folding metal cover. It was so noisy going down the road, I couldn't stand it. Replaced it with this: [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1. No more rattling and gives us extra counter space when not using stove. We have had it almost 3 years in 2 different RV's. Still looks new.
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Our stove top has never been lit and the oven is used for storage.

The cover we have is a wood thick cutting board that just happens to fit perfectly over the stove top.

We use the NuWave Induction Cook Top, the NuWave Oven and a crockpot for our inside cooking. We also have a NuWave Brio Air Fryer arriving the end of the week.

Works for us!!







Prime Rib cooked perfect.

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We use a Hardwood cover on our stove. It originally came with a folding metal cover. It was so noisy going down the road, I couldn't stand it. Replaced it with this: [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1. No more rattling and gives us extra counter space when not using stove. We have had it almost 3 years in 2 different RV's. Still looks new.
We did the same and sold the old cover on Craigslist which paid for half the cost of the new cover.
And we chose the Bordeaux Finish to compliment the interior colors and finish inside our RV.
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Our stove top has never been lit and the oven is used for storage.

The cover we have is a wood thick cutting board that just happens to fit perfectly over the stove top.

We use the NuWave Induction Cook Top, the NuWave Oven and a crockpot for our inside cooking. We also have a NuWave Brio Air Fryer arriving the end of the week.

Works for us!!







Prime Rib cooked perfect.

What are you using to cook the prime rib in the photo?
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I made mine out of some butcher block with some side rails.. put together a matching sink cover at the same time..
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We use a Hardwood cover on our stove. It originally came with a folding metal cover. It was so noisy going down the road, I couldn't stand it. Replaced it with this: [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1. No more rattling and gives us extra counter space when not using stove. We have had it almost 3 years in 2 different RV's. Still looks new.
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What are you using to cook the prime rib in the photo?
That is the NuWave Oven Pro Plus. We would not be with out it.

Above are some reviews and things you can cook with one.
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I order this one for the camper. Camco Universal Silent Top Oak - $34.92

I had double metal fold down one for our first motorhome. It always rattled but you can always put a piece of padding to stop that. I really like the wood one for the camper.
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