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Old 04-11-2014, 01:10 PM   #11
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i put our tp holder on the inside of the sink cabinet door, for two reasons.

it protects the tp from getting wet and it won't get bumped into, in a very tight area.

i simply drilled some pilot holes and used the screws that came with the holder.
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Old 04-11-2014, 02:04 PM   #12
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We used the command hook adhesive with our tp holder, its worked well. I used short, hollow wall anchors for the towel rack.
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Old 04-11-2014, 02:51 PM   #13
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Screwed mine on the outside of the sink cabinet. Not in the way for our layout.
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Old 04-11-2014, 03:06 PM   #14
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TP holder stand. It can be a little more accessible that way.
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Old 04-11-2014, 04:35 PM   #15
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under the sink on the inside of the door works vary well and it is out of sight.
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Old 04-11-2014, 05:27 PM   #16
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We went with free standing holders for both the paper towels and bathroom tissue. We were told by our PDI guy that the reason they don't install the TP holder is that owners complained too often that "kids broke them off the wall".

Kids aren't a concern in our RV. I just cringed at the thought of pokin'/drillin' holes anywhere in 'er.

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Old 04-11-2014, 05:55 PM   #17
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We were scared to drill holes in our new TT as well, But after the first, it was nothing for the rest. LOL!

We used pop toggles that are made for thin drywall, they hold 50lbs. Not sure, I need that much, but they work great for the TT walls, We used them for the TP holder, hand towel holder and we hung a hanging shoe holder on the back bathroom wall to hold everything. And it holes it up just fine with everything in there.

You have to drill a hole, use a drill stop so you dont go though the wall. Then fold it so its bent in half in the center, insert in the hole, use the popping pin that comes with it, then screw in your TP holder.

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Old 04-14-2014, 08:01 AM   #18
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Hi all,

This is possibly a silly question, but I'm psyching myself out at the thought of drilling into my new roo's bathroom walls..
I've searched the forums and found a few threads on where people discuss where they put the tp holder and towel holder, but not so much how to do it..
Do I have to look for studs or can you mount/drill anywhere?
If I put the tp holder on the back of the bathroom door can I drill anywhere on the door?
How far apart are the studs? (my stud finder isn't picking up on them too well..probably time for a new one).

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Below is a link to the repsosnes to the same question I asked no too long ago.

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Old 04-16-2014, 03:37 AM   #19
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As you see I'm up at 2 am bc I'm worried about my paper towel install. I used small ( maybe 1/2 in screws) and installed mine under the microwave on my 2014 233s. It appears there was
Enough "wood" under the microwave but now worried it was molding I was and that maybe the microwave sits lower in the space then I thought. When I screwed in it did not sound to me like the screws hit metal/the microwave but I'm worried maybe they did and damaged it! Should I be?
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As you see I'm up at 2 am bc I'm worried about my paper towel install. I used small ( maybe 1/2 in screws) and installed mine under the microwave on my 2014 233s. It appears there was
Enough "wood" under the microwave but now worried it was molding I was and that maybe the microwave sits lower in the space then I thought. When I screwed in it did not sound to me like the screws hit metal/the microwave but I'm worried maybe they did and damaged it! Should I be?

The screws will work out over time and down the road you will need to install something in the realm of post #17. Now stop worrying and go back to bed.
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