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Old 11-02-2014, 07:26 AM   #169
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Looking at these I wonder why they don't put in a one burner stove. How often do any of you use both burners at once? I never do and it would have been nice to have the extra counter space. I may convert mine to one.
We use only one burner at a time.
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Old 11-02-2014, 07:28 AM   #170
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Yes it's my trailer and yes I got to choose the fabric. I bought it, ETI had their upholsterer use it. Cost me the fabric + $100. SCORE!
Hi Donna - I see you a lot on this site and really appreciate your info along with Dave T's. How can I see pictures of your trailer - would love to see it and not sure if I am navigating around here correctly.
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Old 11-02-2014, 08:54 AM   #171
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The kitchen wall in my '75 Compact II.
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Old 11-02-2014, 11:33 AM   #172
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We use only one burner at a time.
I use 2 burners fairly often - usually when camping off the grid and I am making breakfast inside due to poor outside weather. Like being able to make coffee and scrambled eggs at the same time. Or I am on the road and do a quick stop to cook dinner along the way and I don't want to turn on the hot water tank on to do the dishes.... will often start boiling the water for dishes while I am still cooking.

My trailer has 3 burners and I have never used all 3 at the same time... would go for a 2 burner stove only if that was an option on a future trailer.
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Old 11-02-2014, 06:33 PM   #173
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My trailer has 3 burners and I have never used all 3 at the same time... would go for a 2 burner stove only if that was an option on a future trailer.
I removed the 3 burner cook top from my Scamp and will at some point replace it with a relocated, new stainless 2 burner top.
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Old 11-03-2014, 12:43 AM   #174
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SherryNPaul, yes, they are the Smart Tiles that you peel and stick. I love them, easy to use, lightweight and instant beautification of a space.


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We rarely use the inside counter for cooking. Our kitchen has that open air feeling. A rail on the outside of the trailer lets us move the table outside and a collapsible cook station gives plenty of prep area.


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Old 11-03-2014, 02:06 PM   #176
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SherryNPaul, yes, they are the Smart Tiles that you peel and stick. I love them, easy to use, lightweight and instant beautification of a space.
Marina - What is under the tile? Did you adhere it directly to the fiberglass shell? What adhesive did you use? Usually peel n' stick to me means that I'll be gluing back up with something down the road.... It's beautiful, by the way!

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Old 11-03-2014, 04:26 PM   #177
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I love this kitchen - it's so tidy. What do you use to hang catch all baskets on the wall for organizing?
are you asking about mine? (if not, i'm embarrassed). but...all of the stuff (hanging rods, baskets, etc) were purchased from ikea. you can see their stuff at ikea.com. it was amazingly affordable also...all the stuff in the photo and some left over was about $30.

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