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Old 11-06-2012, 08:54 AM   #1
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Where can i get a Corian cover for stovetop? PO apparently broke it. Also cover for double stainless sink? Thx in advance.
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Research your local area solid surface suplier/ installation Co. Take the broken piece to them etc. :0)
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You might contact RV salvage yards to see if you can find pieces to match. Just Google RV Salvage to see if there is one in your area.

If you can't find the Corian, you might consider the cutting board top for the stove or the sink.
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I used to have a business supplying kitchen cabinets and whenever I need anything counter top related for our RV changed or copied I head to a custom counter top place and show them what I need and in 99% of the time they have been able to make and match to perfection. One job I wanted to do the perfect match wasn't available so they made the piece as an accent rather than a match and I liked their idea better than our original plan.
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Any kitchen & bath cabinet/countertop shop can make one, but finding an exact match can be tough. Sometimes a contrast is a better choice than an "almost" match, but it's whatever you perceive as best.

You can try the RV salvage yards, but the chances of finding a match are really slim.

Lazydays RV's cabinet shop has quite a collection of corian to match numerous makes and models. They do a lot of corian replacement in RVs, so have a good supply of materials.

If the stove top broke cleanly, it can also be glued back together and chances are the break will be all but unnoticeable. Especially if the surface is sanded and polished afterwards. I've fixed a couple that had corners broken off.
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Thx for all the great suggestions. Unfortunately none of the pieces remains. I could measure the dimensions as the cut outs for a mortise and tendon type joint remains in the back of the stove in the counter top. I like the idea of a wood type or whatever cutting board to cover the sink. They might have rv salvage in Denver....I will check....:-)
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I know the cabinet shop at Lazydays RV can make any piece of corian you need for an RV, but they are in south Floroida and you are in Colorado? Don't know if Lazydays Tucson location has as good a shop or not.
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