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Old 04-14-2014, 09:40 AM   #1
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We are curious as to the experience of others regarding the wall area behind the stove and sink. How have you protected the wall fabric from heat and splatters?

As shown in the picture, we opted for a two-burner stove turned 90 degrees to provide greater countertop space between the sink and stove.
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Old 04-14-2014, 09:50 AM   #2
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We are curious as to the experience of others regarding the wall area behind the stove and sink. How have you protected the wall fabric from heat and splatters?

As shown in the picture, we opted for a two-burner stove turned 90 degrees to provide greater countertop space between the sink and stove.
If you choose the oven option, there is an integral cover that folds up when in use and helps to keep the splashes and grease off of the back wall. Doesn't do anything for the side bulkhead though.
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We've alway had the stove cover which protects the wall when the stove is in use... that wouldn't help with a sideways instl tho'.
We did use a small toaster oven on the counter between the stove and sink last outing. I put a bamboo cutting board behind it in case the back of the oven got hot (it didn't).
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After 7 months of ownership have had no problems with heat or spatters surrounding our standard issue 2-burner stove. We're fine with the stock installation.
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If you don't have a wooden cutting board to prob on the wall, you can purchase those flexible cutting mats and use those on the outside wall and well as the inside wall. I bought a three-pack of them at Wal-Mart for less than $10. Double-duty, great for chopping vegetables too!
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As shown in the picture, we opted for a two-burner stove turned 90 degrees to provide greater countertop space between the sink and stove.
Are you sure that you didn't get our trailer by mistake? Oh wait, our pickup isn't until next week

Well, same counter top, optional window, and stove turned 90 degrees made me think it was a photo of ours. Nice to see there's other folks with similar good taste.

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Hi Ron!
You are going to love it! We did a camp-out in our driveway last Saturday, lol. The morning coffee just tasted better for some reason.
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Thanks for the replies and shared ideas. You reinforced many of the ideas we had discussed.
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We are curious as to the experience of others regarding the wall area behind the stove and sink. How have you protected the wall fabric from heat and splatters?

As shown in the picture, we opted for a two-burner stove turned 90 degrees to provide greater countertop space between the sink and stove.
Finally took a picture in our 15. If you get a cover you get a side. These can be ordered from a number of RV suppliers in Canada and US. They make one for 2 burner. The side becomes your back on yours. Another option is a tri- fold splatter shield available at most housewares stores.
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Might look at these for help

Amazon.com: Cuisipro 13-Inch Splatter Guard: Kitchen & Dining

Amazon.com: Norpro 2063 Nonstick Splatter Guard: Kitchen & Dining
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