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Old 05-08-2016, 12:45 PM   #1
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Where to install paper towel holder in 233S

So... Quick story. We found a nice paper towel holder. Mounts on one end to cabinet and the other end is open. It fit perfectly inside the pantry cabinet between the top and the first shelf. It just fit. We were so pleased. I installed it and even got it lined up right. Looked great! And then....realized it is too close to the ceiling and you can't get a roll of paper towels on it... Oops. So much for measure twice and cut once!

Curious where you've installed yours on a 233S. I was thinking above the window behind the sink. Is that wall pretty solid to hold a paper towel holder. I was searching for a stud but it all seems pretty solid. Not sure what the exterior walls are made of.

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Bought one like this from Bed Bath And beyond.

Oggi™ Stainless Steel Decorative Paper Towel Holder - BedBathandBeyond.com

Went this way so it could go outside when we dine out....
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Here is where I put mine in the Crusader, to the left of the stove and right of the slide. Easy to get at. Holder was made by my father, RIP. Keep it away from the flame, somewhere where it is easy to get at, out of the way of counter space usage, not blocking any of the lights. This style of holder does not unravel itself while traveling I have no idea why the picture shows upside down, but opens correctly when opened!
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Or a spring loaded clothesline clip....or a chip bag clip....or even a paper clip! A rubber band will make you have to dismount the roll.
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I installed mine over the sink under the microwave. I bought a light weight under the counter hanging holder and used 3m tape to hold it. Been there for a couple years now.
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Thanks all. We went with Ford Idaho's suggestion. We have a similar wooden holder were going to keep in the pantry but like the idea of being able to easily bring it outside.


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I don't have a Shamrock, but if it is anything like my 23bd Grey Wolf, real estate inside is a premium. A friend gave me something like this and it works great. No holes to drill and no glue or double back tape. She gave me a matching one for dishtowels. Mine are nicer looking than this one.

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Bought one like this from Bed Bath And beyond.

Oggi™ Stainless Steel Decorative Paper Towel Holder - BedBathandBeyond.com

Went this way so it could go outside when we dine out....
X2 on the counter top version.
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