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Old 08-02-2017, 06:10 PM   #1
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Drip Pans for cooktop

Just seems that what's an easy answer in a S&B sometimes you can't do in a MH for various reasons.

So, is there any problem using the drop-in silver type drip pans under each of the 3 burners to close up that gap around the burner or does that area need to be open to breath/vent and make the cooktop safer to use inside a MH?
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I took an oven liner and cut it down to size with holes for the burners. Since it is black it looks good.
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I took an oven liner and cut it down to size with holes for the burners. Since it is black it looks good.
We did that in our Fleetwood Discovery before we traded for an all electric Newmar. The oven mat worked great.
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Ok kewl.

I didn't know there was such a thing as Black Teflon Oven Liners. So yeah, I'll get one of these, cut holes and install on the cook top.

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https://www.amazon.com/FitFabHome-La...ack+oven+liner
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Usually there are 2 in a package(sometimes 3). I cut down the second one to fit the tray for the toaster oven(my rig does not have a regular oven). Anything to make easier cleanup.
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We got two of these, one on at all times, and the other goes into the wash and is staged for use when enough spills warrant the swap!

I see they've become quite proud of these cloth wraps, as reflected by their price! I believe we got both of ours for about $35 - must have been on sale.

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I never even knew they made them. Too pricey for me. On Amazon you can get 3 liners for $10-$15. Just a little work on mypaprt to trim them down, trace where the holes are and cut them out.
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