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Old 08-21-2016, 03:51 PM   #21
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would like to hang a paper towel holder over the sink, i am new to the micro lite's and really don't know what the walls are made of or how thick they are do not want a screw coming through the outside fiberglass, how long of a screw can i use ? the walls seem sturdy on the inside like they are plywood or particleboard but i don't know that.
any help would be greatly appreciated.
Oh our TT is flagstaff 21fbrs

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I use a magnetic paper towel holder that I attached to the side of the range hood, works great! The magnets are strong enough to withstand pulling off towels but it can easily be (re)moved. I bought mine elsewhere for less, but check out the video below.
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Old 08-21-2016, 03:55 PM   #22
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Thought about that, did not like the idea of hanging paper over a flame source.

Just incase something should go wrong I suggest.

https://www.google.com/aclk?sa=l&ai=...QvhcINw&adurl=
Ha! That one won't cut it in my camper. I have 3. Standard one, one for grease fire, one for electrical.
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Old 08-21-2016, 06:25 PM   #23
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I have a Micro-Lite 23lb. I'm not sure if my kitchen set-up is similar to the one in your 21FBRS. Anyway, I never liked the free standing holders as it seemed every time I grabbed a towel and try to rip it off the roll, the holder either move, fall over or I'd have about 5 towels between the one in my hand and the holder. It was very frustrating so I did some research for a better solution. I found that many people on forums had good things to say about a cheap ($3.00) Mainstays brand wall mount holder found at Walmart. I bought one a few days later and installed it.

I placed it right above the sink. I first removed the microwave (a simple task) for access to feed the two mounting screws down through the cabinet bottom and into the holder. I then centered the holder with the sink and the light fixture above the sink and marked where to drill two holes for the mounting screws. Drilled the holes, mounted the holder, replaced the microwave and that was it.

For an inexpensive holder, it works surprisingly good, is built well and has good reviews. I haven't had any trouble with it so far. It doesn't allow the roll to loosen or fall out like so many other holders I've had in the past. The only issue I've had is that if a roll of towels is in the holder while on the road, the towels may unwind. Don't ask how I know. If I have one, sometimes I'll put a rubber band around the towels or usually just remove the roll till I'm parked and ready to set-up. Here's a link to the holder I bought:

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And a photo of the holder installed in my 25LB.
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Old 08-21-2016, 08:26 PM   #24
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I mounted my paper towel holder vertically on the outside of a cabinet. It is out of the way but still easily accessible.
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Old 08-21-2016, 10:11 PM   #25
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Since most units have cabinets above the sink, I've always mounted the paper towel holder on the bottom of a cabinet.
X3 We hung ours under the cabinet. We purchased a towel holder that is only supported at one end. The unsupported end has a squeeze mechanism to hold the roll towel in place. This is very strong and the towels are extremely easy to change. You can change a roll with one hand and it will come not come off in travel. We have one in our residence for many years and liked it so well that we bought one for the RV. Bed, Bath and beyond and Amazon have them. Not cheap, but an fit/finish excellent product.

simplehumanĀ® Wall-Mount Paper Towel Holder - BedBathandBeyond.com

https://www.amazon.com/Simplehuman-M...r+towel+holder
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Old 08-22-2016, 06:57 AM   #26
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Easiest way to avoid any issues is to go with a free standing one.

One upside is you can bring it outside when need be.

Just be sure if you do is to get one with a heavy base to it.
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We have 2,,, one for inside & one for outside !!!
And yes,,, we use way to many paper towels !!!
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Old 08-22-2016, 09:49 AM   #27
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would like to hang a paper towel holder over the sink, i am new to the micro lite's and really don't know what the walls are made of or how thick they are do not want a screw coming through the outside fiberglass, how long of a screw can i use ? the walls seem sturdy on the inside like they are plywood or particleboard but i don't know that.
any help would be greatly appreciated.
Oh our TT is flagstaff 21fbrs

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we've tried several different locations for the paper towel roll and have settled on the table mount, its out of the way and yet handy for the table and kitchen both,..... I know our table/dinette is different from the 21fbrs and we don't lower the table for a bed, but you may find the idea useful,..... we like it better there than anywhere else,.....
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Old 08-23-2016, 01:15 PM   #28
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Three RVs and the walls in all were wall covering over 3/16 PLYWOOD. I DRILLED OUR TOWEL HOLDER FOR FIVE SCREWS used short screws into the ply. Holds good so far.
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I bought an over-the-door style from Amazon and hung it on the cabinet door.

I then decided I didn't like the look of it, so I turned it around and now hang it on the inside of the door, except when I'm doing some messy food prep.
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I have a Micro-Lite 23lb. I'm not sure if my kitchen set-up is similar to the one in your 21FBRS. Anyway, I never liked the free standing holders as it seemed every time I grabbed a towel and try to rip it off the roll, the holder either move, fall over or I'd have about 5 towels between the one in my hand and the holder. It was very frustrating so I did some research for a better solution. I found that many people on forums had good things to say about a cheap ($3.00) Mainstays brand wall mount holder found at Walmart. I bought one a few days later and installed it.

I placed it right above the sink. I first removed the microwave (a simple task) for access to feed the two mounting screws down through the cabinet bottom and into the holder. I then centered the holder with the sink and the light fixture above the sink and marked where to drill two holes for the mounting screws. Drilled the holes, mounted the holder, replaced the microwave and that was it.

For an inexpensive holder, it works surprisingly good, is built well and has good reviews. I haven't had any trouble with it so far. It doesn't allow the roll to loosen or fall out like so many other holders I've had in the past. The only issue I've had is that if a roll of towels is in the holder while on the road, the towels may unwind. Don't ask how I know. If I have one, sometimes I'll put a rubber band around the towels or usually just remove the roll till I'm parked and ready to set-up. Here's a link to the holder I bought


Paper Towel Holder

And a photo of the holder installed in my 25LB.
We also have a 23LB and the previous owners had installed the holder in the same spot. I love it there. We travel with a roll in there all the time and it has never fallen out.
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