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Old 04-25-2016, 06:10 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by hfalbright View Post
Here is my simple solution to what to do with the sink cover when it's not covering the sink. Three little strategically placed transparent hooks hold it in place. Yes, you can drive with it stored in this location.
Interesting how close the two of you came on a solution!

Originally Posted by backdoctor View Post
I learned about forgetting the sink cover. I had placed it behind the raised glass cover over the stove. At the first right hand turn there was a mighty crash and glad beads everywhere. I'm still finding shards of glass a year later. The stupid tax for that little effort was $250 for a new stove cover. And I was moving the rig around the cottage property. Not even going anywhere. Ready, Fire, Aim is my operational motto.
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Old 04-28-2016, 03:05 AM   #12
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No practical use for sink covers

I took my sink covers and left them home. I use the sinks for washing and draining. When traveling they hold my coffee pot and other items. The covers weighed a lot, and I have better use for that weight.

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cover, storage

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