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Old 06-07-2016, 08:41 PM   #1
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stove cover

Our trailer did not come with a stove cover. We would like to buy one to give us more counter space and protect the top of the stove. I have found two different covers both which, I believe, are made by Camco. One just sits on top of the stove and the other is the one that folds, but it looks like it has to be screwed into the counter. We are not sure which way to go. Any pros or cons to either?
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Old 06-07-2016, 08:52 PM   #2
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I bought the Camco one that folds and screws into counter on a piano hinge. I love it. Very solid and when folded up acts as a backsplash to catch any grease that may splatter. Very easy to clean and looks good. I can't comment on the other one.


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Old 06-07-2016, 09:22 PM   #3
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We found an RV stove-top cutting board. It was extra counter space when needed, and it could sit over the sink opening when using the stove. The box that it came in was actually a cardboard pattern that showed you where to stall the rubber feet, dependent on what make/model stove you had.
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We purchased the Camco Hardwood Stove Topper/Cutting Board. The backing on it is the non-skid rubber shelf liner material and it really stays put, even while towing.


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Dw uses the non skid that set on top o the stove. She props it against the wall next to the stove to stop splatter on the wall. Extra work space when needed and easier to clean than the wall. Like above stays in place when being towed.
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Dw uses the non skid that set on top o the stove. She props it against the wall next to the stove to stop splatter on the wall. Extra work space when needed and easier to clean than the wall. Like above stays in place when being towed.
DW and I made something similar.

We found a heavy duty, translucent cutting board at a thrift store. We epoxied 3 corks (cut about in half) to the bottom and spaced them to fit the wires over the stove burners so the board can't slide off the stove top. When cooking, DW props it against one wall and props a metallic hot pad against the other wall.
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We got the Camco hardwood cutting board. The feet that grip the stove don't line up perfectly, but it still holds tightly, even when towing. It gives lots of extra counter space, and is easy to remove when I use the stove. Thought about the screw in model, but I'm really nervous about putting holes in the trailer.
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