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Old 03-27-2017, 08:42 PM   #1
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Stove next to Pantry Cabinet Protection


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I recently moved into a home where there is a stove that sits next to a pantry cabinet. The cabinet is countertop depth and goes floor to ceiling. There is probably an inch between the stove and the cabinet. It does not appear to have any damage to the wood, but it is splattered with grease and very sticky.

I plan on redoing the kitchen but wont have funds available for 3-5 years. What is the best thing for me to do temporarily after I clean this wood. I was thinking of installing 1/4 durock and then putting decorative stainless steel of some sort over the top. This way its easier to clean and the durock can provide some protection from the stovetop flames.

Other than tearing the entire cabinet out, what are my options. Thanks
Mods, not sure if this should of been under appliances, kitchen/bath or here. Sorry if I chose the wrong area.
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I wouldn't worry about the durock, if it hasn't burned up already it probably won't. Nice piece of stainless steel would be nice and not hardly noticeable from the front. Whoever laid the kitchen out made a boo boo.
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I wouldn't worry about the durock, if it hasn't burned up already it probably won't. Nice piece of stainless steel would be nice and not hardly noticeable from the front. Whoever laid the kitchen out made a boo boo.
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Thanks. What about adding a sheet of stainless directly to the wood, would that be help? Do you think I would be safe even putting those tin fasades on the side they sell at home depot, it says heat resistant to 140 degrees. Thanks again
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here is the tin http://www.homedepot.com/p/Fasade-24...0-27/202025362

here is the stainless http://www.homedepot.com/p/Frigo-Des...30SS/100664604
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I think I would go with the stainless steel. It's thicker, would be easier to clean, and would also stand up to any heat better. They list a 30" x 24" piece. You could use that. It says they come predrilled in the corners, so mounting would be very simple.
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