I thought Sneak and I had put Buffy through the worst of road conditions on I-20 West heading in to Bossier City, LA.
Uhhhh NOPE. There are some parts of 59 and 40 headed up to Pigeon Forge, TN and on up into NC that are downright HELLACIOUS! It wasn't the roughness that was so frightening, but rather the "woop de woops"....usually approaching a bridge. You could almost do those "air lift" jumps like the guys on "The Deadliest Catch" crab boats when they jump just as they crest a wave and then "hang" for a second before landing back down on deck.
For the first time EVER, we arrived to discover our Corian sink cutouts had jumped out of the countersunk area.
THAT has never happened on the many trips through the above mentioned "RVers' gauntlet of HADES" on I-20 which just happens to be a couple of miles from our dealer's location.
Our sink is in the island, and with the kitchen slider in, the sink is right up against the stove top and the glass cover for it.
I'm afraid the cutouts will shatter the glass cover. Anyone else have this issue, and if so how do you secure the cutouts? Duct tape? meh, the sticky residue would be problematic.
Just remove them?
Or, and this one just occurred to me....a large bungee cord from one side of the countertop to the other?
Fortunately, this time the cutouts just leaped up into the air and landed back edge down into the sinks.