Tip for RVers: Backsplash Protection
After purchasing a new trailer, I realized it needed a backsplash for the island sink in the kitchen. I purchased a 2 x 2-inch oak board and cut it to fit the sink. Next I cut a 1-inch-deep groove down the center, wide enough to accommodate a piece of plexiglass. I then stained and sealed the board, and secured it to the counter behind the sink using clear caulking. Finally, I rounded the top corners of a piece of plexiglass and added window film to the back side. Now I have an attractive, lightweight and removable backsplash, all for less than $20.
James Thomas, Livingston, Texas