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Gap between stove and counter -- how to seal it? [moved from General Topics]

Eclipsoid | Jan 12, 201204:12 PM     23

I have a new stove and counter, and there is a small gap between them. Already some crumbs are getting down into the gap. (The stove is a 30" Wolf, which is very heavy, so this gap is, for all practical purposes, never going to get cleaned up.)

Some sort of vinyl stripping, perhaps adapted from weatherstripping, might work. Or silicon caulk. Any thoughts or suggestions? It seems to be an obvious problem, but the architect, contractor, and stove salesperson had no ideas...

Thanks.

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