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Old 06-09-2022, 09:35 AM   #15
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When we remodeled the kitchen in our sticks and bricks..I kept the piece of Corion that was cut out of the counter top for the kitchen sink.
This made great cutting board material.
Over the years as it got used you can sand it with diminishing grits to polish it up again.
It would be nice to find a piece that matches our rv countertop. You can drill a whole and cut out a handle ..Perhaps a visit to a local countertop place could yield a scrap.??
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Hey Don,
Can you show a photo of the rubber feet you used for your cover.
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Don I bought one and put little stick-on feet.
Fits perfect on a flush mounted True Induction top.
Thank you so very much for this tip.
I’ll post a photo when I get out there to load for my Yellowstone Trip

$30

My local cabinet company wanted $250 to make a custom butcher block top.
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Don!
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Covers and protects the induction cooktop
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The company where I bought mine recommended coating the new board with bee's wax. I bought a squeeze tube and put on a liberal amount when new and now about once a year. It keeps it nice.
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I recall, some time ago, that some suggested using a solid wood top for a Husky 27 in. rolling tool cabinets available from Home Depot: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-26...0001/203949843

At $24.97, it was suggested to fit perfectly on top of the induction cooktop. Its dimensions are listed as: 26.3 in. W x 17.9 in. D x 0.7 in. H

I chose to use a plastic cutting board cut to fit from this company: https://www.cuttingboardcompany.com/

I found that you sizing the cutting board larger than the cooktop and using some rubber feet helps keep it centered over the cooktop.

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Stu,
I got one from Homedepot. Itís perfect.
$30
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