I went to a local plastics dealer and got a piece of "food grade" polyethylene, made a template from cardboard and used a jigsaw to cut out a cover for our sink. It gives us extra counter space plus a good cutting board and stores in a drawer when traveling.
Hi Everyone, Not sure if this the proper place for this post, but here goes: Does anyone know where to get "stock" sink covers? The kitchen sink in our 2015 Wildwood X-Lite 281QBXL has a ridge just below the top edge that runs the entire inside perimeter that looks like it would support some sort of a cover. I asked the dealer and they said that covers weren't available, but it looks like the sink manufacturer made provisions for some kind of cover. Thoughts?
This looks like the sink in my shamrock. 21ss and we have a cover. It's in for repairs I can check for and ID number. When we get it back if you would like.
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I made one for our Wildcat that we had. SAMs sells a large plastic cutting board that I cut down to fit the sink grove. Also took a round over router bit and went around the outside edges to make it look like it came with the trailer.
I use a plastic cutting board with adjustable wire handles. I found it at a housewares shop in a Mennonite shopping mall in the Shenandoah Valley. They also had a magnetic paper towel holder, towel bar and other useful items. It might not work for a double sink, but it works great for a standard single sink.
I wouldn't waste my money on them. They never stay put when traveling and are just a pain. Later RJD
RR Mans unit has a Island sink and your Wildwood has a Sink mounted in a Slide in the Middle also when closed for Travel! If his wont stay put I doubt yours will either! We have a Front Kitchen and our sink Covers Stay Put! I would still want covers for the additional Bar Space! Youroo!!
Like several others have said, I also cut my own. Here was my posthttp://www.forestriverforums.com/forums/f68/sink-cutting-boards-and-counter-extension-34123.html, I have been extremely happy and would definitely do it again.
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