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RE: Sealing underside edge of counter top

Wow - that looks amazing! Well done!! We noticed some swelling bubbles toward the front right side of the sink on one of our summer trips last year. I was angry.
TheTichenors 10/13/19 05:59pm General RVing Issues
RE: Sealing underside edge of counter top

How often do you spill so much water on the counter that it runs off the edge? On the rare occasion when it happens, if you wipe it up reasonably quickly rather than letting it sit for hours, you should not have any problems with the countertop disintegrating for a very long time. The suggestions of varnish, paint, etc. are appropriate answers to your question; I just think it's an unnecessary concern. It might not happen often, but it does happen (especially if you are camping with kids). Sealing these edges is simply one less thing to worry about.
TheTichenors 10/08/19 10:19pm General RVing Issues
Sealing underside edge of counter top

We have a new Surveyor 272FLS with what looks like a vacuum molded over MDF counter top. The underside edge has exposed MDF where water could potentially get to when it runs off the edge of the counter and wrap around to the underside. I would love to seal this exposed MDF somehow before it starts to swell due to moisture. Does anyone have any recommendations?
TheTichenors 10/08/19 09:29am General RVing Issues
RE: Advice on handheld electric drill for jacks

Great advice everyone! I'll swing by Home Depot later and pick up the Ridgid 18-volt brushless model.
TheTichenors 10/02/19 11:06am Beginning RVing
Advice on handheld electric drill for jacks

I am looking to buy a dedicated handheld electric drill for raising and lowering my stabilizer jacks on my 30' Surveyor TT. I am also wanting to use it on the jacks of my ProPride hitch. Should I get the type that has an 'impact wrench' function or just stick to the basic high-torque drill/driver models? I was thinking the impact wrench function would be handy for getting the jacks started but I don't want to damage anything. Thoughts?
TheTichenors 10/02/19 09:18am Beginning RVing
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