Wanted: Scamp Two Burner Stove cover - brown tones - Fiberglass RV


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Old 08-21-2017, 02:52 PM   #1
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Scamp Two Burner Stove cover - brown tones

I called Scamp and they only have a red-tone color stove cover, so I am looking for the older one that was brown to match my cabinet doors.

Please let me know your shipped price to Calif. 92220.

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Old 08-22-2017, 03:42 AM   #2
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Just a thought Lisa but a number of folks have made a stove cover out of wood and use it as a carrying tray also. If my stock one was missing I'd probably do that but I only use the cover for some place for brewing the morning coffee as we use an electric drip pot. YMMV
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Just a thought Lisa but a number of folks have made a stove cover out of wood and use it as a carrying tray also.
Thank you BD, I may go that route, but was hoping for a genuine Scamp cover if possible.
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Scamp Two Burner Stove cover - brown tones

In my opinion, the Scamp covers are big and rather heavy. If you really like the way they look, go for it, but I'm of Dave's opinion on this one. We just put a colorful plastic tray on top of the stove. It's lightweight, has multiple uses, and makes a great place to collect small items that usually go on a nightstand. During the day it sits on the table and at night it goes on the stove.
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In my opinion, the Scamp covers are big and rather heavy. If you really like the way they look, go for it, but I'm of Dave's opinion on this one.
I will likely get something aftermarket, but at this point I was wanting to get as many original equipment items as possible. Probably has something to do with having my first Scamp.
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Old 08-22-2017, 01:01 PM   #6
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Your right on about making a stove cover. The one provided by Scamp is heavy and poorly made. A little pressure on the side will pop the cover apart. I made one that also could be use as a serving tray when need. The 40 or so dollars Scamp charges can better be use on something that will stand the test of time.
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Old 08-22-2017, 01:38 PM   #7
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Red face Stove cover

I made one of white plastic cutting board. I cut pieces from a small thinner cuttomg board and hot glued them to the bottom of the larger board for legs. I cut the legs about 4in long and just tall enough to prevent it setting on the stove. I placed the legs to sit on the counter and bump against the stove so it will not slide around. Works and easy to make.
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Okay. Walmart came through $4.99. Not a perfect fit but close. Will allow for some extra prep space.
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Perfect fix Lisa .
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Lightweight, multi-functional, and inexpensive! That's a win-win-win!

Here's another lightweight, inexpensive solution we found for our Scamp: interlocking, stacking bins in the closet.
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Lightweight, multi-functional, and inexpensive! That's a win-win-win!

Here's another lightweight, inexpensive solution we found for our Scamp: interlocking, stacking bins in the closet.
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Those bins look quite functional! Must find, Walmart?
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Big Lots, $3.50 each. You may have to search to find the right size for the closet. I carried the inside dimensions around for a while before I stumbled across these.
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Big Lots, $3.50 each. You may have to search to find the right size for the closet. I carried the inside dimensions around for a while before I stumbled across these.
Thanks Jon!
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I have found an original stove cover that matches my cabinets, so my search is over.
The tray from Walmart did work fine, but I just wanted that Scamp one. Silly as it seems, I like original parts when possible.
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