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Old 07-29-2015, 01:15 AM   #1
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It's the stove top cover made by Perfect Chef apparently. Mine is quite rusty and nasty. I might try to sand blast it. Any other ideas are welcomed. Thanks for the help in advance!
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Old 07-29-2015, 03:51 AM   #2
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Sand blast and powder coat.
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Thanks for the reply Sebtown
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New stove might be cheaper. Just to get by you could buy the really heavy kind of aluminum foil and cover it in that. Cut the holes to fit. Easy cleanup. Just throw away and redo when necessary.
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The powder coat place I took it to in Oregon sand blasted my parts before powder coating them. problem is you have rust pits, you will have rust pits afterwards.
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It's the stove top cover made by Perfect Chef apparently. Mine is quite rusty and nasty. I might try to sand blast it. Any other ideas are welcomed. Thanks for the help in advance!
https://www.pplmotorhomes.com/parts/...pair-parts.htm

I did a quick search and found a Perfect Chef 2 burner cover, but no picture or $, so maybe they no longer have it, but you might give them a call anyway.
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hey thanks Bob!
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Looking at the "nasty and rusty" photo, stanw909 might be on the right track. If the top is like this, what's the rest of the stove like? Burners, controls, propane connections?

Not sure if new would be cheaper, but definitely cleaner and probably safer.
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Thanks guys-no longer available so i'll go powder coating.
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