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Old 05-09-2016, 11:27 AM   #41
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toilet paper holder

We have a Flagstaff Classic Super Lite fifth wheel and had a question on where to put our TP holder, we settled on the back of the sink vanity door. It works very well and have never had any company ask where the TP is. It seems when you need it the first place you look is the closest door. Hope this is helpful.
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Old 05-09-2016, 02:26 PM   #42
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Squeeze the roll so it is more oval than round. An oval roll will not unwind.

It's the simple things that get me sometimes.
Ever see an entire new roll of paper towels unroll in 600 miles? I did!
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Old 05-09-2016, 07:09 PM   #43
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It's the simple things that get me sometimes.
Ever see an entire new roll of paper towels unroll in 600 miles? I did!
Yes, but not since we started "squeezing the Charmins"! Take an egg for instance. It is round and will roll on the side, but there is no way you will get it to go end over end. An oval roll of TP will not unravel.
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It's the simple things that get me sometimes.
Ever see an entire new roll of paper towels unroll in 600 miles? I did!
Simple fix, before you leave, just stuff the end of the roll in the side of the tube.
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It only happened once years ago. I squash it now. It helps with the tear off too.
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That is neat,,, but I am not sure there is room enough in our Sunseeker 2500TS for a holder like that ???
I bought that at Bed Bath and Beyond and still deciding if I want too keep it. On my Sunseeker it makes quite a racket while driving unless I lay it on the bed for travel.

I tried securing it to the wall and adding foam cushions where it would touch the wall be it still makes too much noise on rough roads. If not secured it will fall over.

maybe Old Coot will tell us how he mounted his holder to the shower glass.
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I bought that at Bed Bath and Beyond and still deciding if I want too keep it. On my Sunseeker it makes quite a racket while driving unless I lay it on the bed for travel.

I tried securing it to the wall and adding foam cushions where it would touch the wall be it still makes too much noise on rough roads. If not secured it will fall over.

maybe Old Coot will tell us how he mounted his holder to the shower glass.
I have to have the shower door open when I am doing paper work,,, so I have a place for my left knee,,, if you know what I mean ???
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