Update: Went camping over the weekend and used the stove many times over the 3 day trip. No changes to the tiles due to heat - tiles remain intact / no separation of adhesive backing. We're very happy with the tiles and recommend them to anyone :C
They are a relatively new product - lightweight vinyl tiles with adhesive backing. No grouting needed. Roughly 10"x10" sheet and can get pricey (+/- $10 per sheet) but in my opinion so worth it. Look up Smart Tiles at www.homedepot.com There's many colors and styles to choose from.
I just finished my Smart Tile install - Took about 4 hours to complete (I took my time) and was easy to do. I love it! The bathroom is next!
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What I'm thinking about now, seeing how light these things are, is removing the old TV and mounting one of these light weight LED's to a door on the front of the existing cabinet. Somebody on here did a really good install job where there had a TV on a swinging arm and it opened to reveal storage in the existing cabinet. I'm thinking about just making a door for the cabinet hinged at the top and with hydraulic arms to hold it open. So basically the TV would just swing up with the door and you could access a storage area behind it. I'd just have to use some type of good latch to keep it closed. That sounds like about the easiest install.
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I have a Cub Scout Troop that I need to take on an overnight tent camping trip and most of the Troop are beginners.
Can anyone recommend or suggest a campground in Southern California. Preferably Group camping 20-40 with Hiking trails – open to lakes, beaches etc.