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Old 12-28-2018, 07:52 AM   #1
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Hi all! We have a 212QBW and are looking to maximize the counter space. I was wondering if anyone had a particular sink cover they would suggest?
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Old 12-28-2018, 01:36 PM   #2
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I bought a thick plastic cutting board that fits over one side. that works good for me. it is one that has the channel around the edge, so it catches liquids. I also put it on the range, when not cooking on it, for additional counter space when I need the sink.
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Old 12-28-2018, 02:38 PM   #3
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I made covers for the sink and range out of some butcher block. I have since split the sink cover down the middle so we can run the water with half the sink covered.

I also replace the dining table with smaller ones to add more room
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Old 12-28-2018, 02:42 PM   #4
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Try and plastic cutting board and cut to size. Drill a few holes into the board so if you prepare food it you can drain the liquid. If you want a grove to protect against liquid you could use a router to route it out.
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We, too, have the 212QBW, and noticed the Baja edition came with the plastic sink cover standard. So, we had our dealer just order one from Jayco. I also bought and installed a Camco flip-up shelf on the end of the sink cabinet. Had to do some bracing inside the end wall, but it has paid for itself 100x over. You can see cover and shelf in the photo.
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I made these out of a 1/2" thick poly cutting board.

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We, too, have the 212QBW, and noticed the Baja edition came with the plastic sink cover standard. So, we had our dealer just order one from Jayco. I also bought and installed a Camco flip-up shelf on the end of the sink cabinet. Had to do some bracing inside the end wall, but it has paid for itself 100x over. You can see cover and shelf in the photo.
Oh, I want to add a flip up shelf. Thanks for the pic!
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We bought a Camco wooden stove cover. It has been useful. We can use the top of the stove to prep food then move the cover when we need to turn on the eyes. It's not made to cover the sink but we do move it from the stove and prop it over the sink if we need the things on it while cooking. Works well and $25 on Amazon.
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Oh, I want to add a flip up shelf. Thanks for the pic!
It is used constantly. Since the cabinet wood is so thin, I glued “T” bracing on the inside to support the piano hinge and folding support bracket. This is looking up on the inside.
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