I used the camper a LOT last year so I decided to make a few improvements over the winter. First my cabinet doors were a little heavy and one broke a hinge while driving. Second, the fiberglass of the kitchen was a pain in the ass to clean, so instead of fixing all the holes the previous owner drilled in it to replace things like hinges on the cabinet doors, I decided to cover it up with wood and formica. Nothing says home like faux granite tops! More of a pain in the ass then I thought it would be because the sink had a raised area in the fiberglass which I had to grind out to make the surface flat for the formica. I found that holding the vacuum cleaner with one hand and the grinder with the other worked pretty well to keep the dust down. I still managed to coat the inside of the camper with a thin layer of toxic gel coat and fiberglass dust. That took a while to clean up.
I also fixed the cutlery drawer from bouncing around by screwing a piece of wood underneath it and replacing the piece of plywood that Scamp
uses as sliders. While the stove was out I also spray painted the metal box around the stove black so it would not rust (not that anybody besides me will ever see it). In stead of cabinet doors I put a locking mechanism to keep the cooler in place while driving and put a stop at the front of the other shelf to prevent things from falling out. Cabinet doors are a nice idea, but in such a small space, I would much prefer to just be able to see things and pick them up rather then having to maneuver myself around each door as I open it up to find the thing I lost.