I usually put some kind of peel and stick tile behind the stove and sink. Our new camper, as most, didn't come with any grease/water/ick protection. I've found a nice (but pricey) tile that works really well in this spot. it is real stone, shaved into thin layers, bonded to a resin, then fiberglass baking. I like the way it looks and it is easy to install. It is not cheap. at $16 a sq. ft, I hesitated. but Lowes has it for $47 for 4 sq ft. still spensive, but I only needed one package to do this It is "Aspect weathered quartz peel and stick backsplash" they really give the look of contemporary stacked stone. My husband said not to get the "gummy jellie stick on tiles" they are fine with me, but I like these better. I think I now officially like my camper better than my house.