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Old 05-15-2015, 12:55 PM   #11
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Hey, I'm offended!! Joking

Towels in shower not my thing either -- they're for the kids. Mom and Dad's are the other two on bathroom door and wall. Actually, we have used these towel racks more for wet swim suits and similar than towels.

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Old 05-15-2015, 08:35 PM   #12
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I did my own toilet paper holder. Attached the provided towel rack above the toilet.


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Old 05-16-2015, 08:23 AM   #13
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I just got a Flagstaff Micro...upgrade for me from a Flagstaff "A" frame popup. Love it. I too am trying to figure out the "hooks" thing. I was going to do the under cabinet rack for paper towels and decided as someone else mentioned the wood is paper thin. I opted for an on counter weighted towel rack. Stores perfectly in the oven when rolling. For the over door hooks, I actually have a double hook on the outside AND inside the bathroom door. Outside hook for jacket/hats, inside bathroom for towels/whatever. I ran a small double sided foam strip on the top of the door that helps hold the hooks in place.
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I attached my TP holder behind the door below the sink....handy and out of the way and stays dry !
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Old 05-16-2015, 12:21 PM   #15
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I did my own toilet paper holder. Attached the provided towel rack above the toilet.


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I love your idea for the TP. Is that one of those over the toilet spare holders from WalMart that someone else talked about? We have the same little space under the sink counter next to the toilet so that would work perfect for us.
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This is perfect! Now to find a hook like that.
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We had a 2503 Rockwood. It came new without any of those also. We bought and used free standing tp holder and papertowel holders. Put hooks over the top of bathroom door to hold towels. Worked great for us.
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I love your idea for the TP. Is that one of those over the toilet spare holders from WalMart that someone else talked about? We have the same little space under the sink counter next to the toilet so that would work perfect for us.

It is one of those. I put it in a vice and broke the tab off of it, the used huge washers to screw it to the underside of the countertop.


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We just store ours in a basket on the shelf under the counter. Have towel rack hanging over the top of the door.
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We installed the provided paper towel holder, and removed it probably a month later after the paper towel roll kept falling out. I installed this instead and liked it much better: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1


I also installed the towel bar and wish I hadn't. I removed it later (now with holes in the door), and used two of these: interDesign Classico Over-the-Door 6-Hook Rack in Chrome-06926 - The Home Depot

With five people, I HAD to.

We did use the toilet paper roll, installed on the panel in front of the sink.
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