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Old 01-06-2014, 06:23 PM   #21
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So I've been a little crazy applying command strips and doing other little projects:

Installed a door stop on the bathroom door, it would never line up even when level Click image for larger version

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Notice the towel hanger on the door...Click image for larger version

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Stuck some small holders on the wall...Click image for larger version

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Also installed a MaxxAir Smoke color vent cover (sorry no pic)

What's all this mean? Getting ready to go on a short trip soon.
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Old 01-08-2014, 10:46 AM   #22
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Looks good, Rolling Magic! My door has the same issue, but I never thought of a door stop. I did an over the door basket/hooks for shower and bathroom stuff that works pretty good.

Also, really like the pantry photos from earlier. I'll have to try that in ours, although I will miss the only tall cabinet in the coach.

Thanks for all the pictures!
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Looks good, but don't hang too much on the doors. They are REALLY thin and not much holding them to the jamb (if you can call a very thin strip of wood-type substance a jamb). The doors slab sides (most) are just glued to the inside frame and will, with heat, weight and time, slip around and come loose. Had it happen on a Grey Wolf I had and reglued then air-nailed the slabs back in place, no more problems.
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Looks good, but don't hang too much on the doors. They are REALLY thin and not much holding them to the jamb (if you can call a very thin strip of wood-type substance a jamb). The doors slab sides (most) are just glued to the inside frame and will, with heat, weight and time, slip around and come loose. Had it happen on a Grey Wolf I had and reglued then air-nailed the slabs back in place, no more problems.

Big John, I know those doors are thin. I plan to just hang my towel, cause DW uses all the other hook in the bathroom. So far they are holing and no apparent stress (fingers crossed). Thanks for your comments.
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