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Old 04-20-2009, 12:21 PM   #1
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I have a 2 burner suburban stove in my Scamp mounted so there is a rear burner and front burner. Any suggestions for a stove cover? Scamp sells a stainless steel one, but it hinges on left, so that it would be vertical between the sink and stove when using the stove
Scamp also sells a wooden one, but it does not attach, so after a road trip it would be easy to find--on the floor. These do not sound like good solutions.

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Old 04-20-2009, 07:35 PM   #2
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I've got a three-burner stove in my Scamp and the cover is a homemade wood one. It's never ended up on the floor. It is tight enough it sorta wedges to the stove top. If I was going to make a new one, I'd cover the top with heat resistant cutting board material. The stove takes up the largest portion of the counter, I'd sure like that area to do double-duty. With cutting board material, I could cut sandwiches or put dirty dishes on it. Right now, it just looks nice

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Old 04-20-2009, 08:28 PM   #3
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I made a wood one to cover my 2 burner in Bolerwinkel. It goes right to the edge of the sink. I never use the stove, and it makes for a nice large counter surface. While driving it usually stayed in place, but once it did fall off, so then I began laying it in on the couch in transit.
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I have a 2 burner suburban stove in my Scamp mounted so there is a rear burner and front burner. Any suggestions for a stove cover? Scamp sells a stainless steel one, but it hinges on left, so that it would be vertical between the sink and stove when using the stove
Scamp also sells a wooden one, but it does not attach, so after a road trip it would be easy to find--on the floor. These do not sound like good solutions.

Suggestions please,
Thanks,
Roger
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Old 04-21-2009, 06:39 PM   #4
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Mine is like Donna's and I lined the inside with sheet metal so I could put it back on the stove before it really cooled down. I put sheet metal on the top to put the hot kettle on after boiling as well. I like the cutting board idea as well.
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