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Old 08-25-2016, 12:06 AM   #31
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My DW found a stand up towel holder (wal-mart I think) with suction feet (3) mounted on the bottom. We put it on our counter and it has not moved. Pulled our 5er over 4k miles this year and the holder is right where it was when we first pulled out.
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Old 08-25-2016, 03:03 AM   #32
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I use these to mount things on the thin panel walls and cabinets...

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Old 08-25-2016, 04:53 AM   #33
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When mounting the paper towel holder keep it as far away from the stove as possible, those pesky paper towel fires can ruin one's day.
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Couple of good idea's here,,, Suction feet & keep away from stove !!!
Each to there own,,, but I am not putting any holes in our MH !!!
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One word of advice. Whatever you hang, secure the roll in transit. On our old bumper pull, we put one in above sink, hauled off down the road, and the bouncing unrolled the whole thing in the floor!!!!
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Old 08-25-2016, 09:24 AM   #36
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One word of advice. Whatever you hang, secure the roll in transit. On our old bumper pull, we put one in above sink, hauled off down the road, and the bouncing unrolled the whole thing in the floor!!!!
Right On !!!
The wind did that to my roll of TP in the garage one day,,, it went from my work bench all the way out the garage door and half way down the
driveway !!! Since then I keep a small clamp on it !!!
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hanging a paper towel holder

I also installed under my cabinet. And yes, remember to put an elastic around the roll or it will be completely unrolled by the time you get anywhere! Click image for larger version

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I also installed under my cabinet. And yes, remember to put an elastic around the roll or it will be completely unrolled by the time you get anywhere! Attachment 118692
A small squeeze clamp would work well !!!
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I also installed under my cabinet. And yes, remember to put an elastic around the roll or it will be completely unrolled by the time you get anywhere! Attachment 118692
We use Viva paper towels and they do not unroll. Viva makes the standard size square-sheet tear-off or the half size tear-off. We use the half size. They are very strong, very absorbent, and can be rung out like a dishrag to clean up spills. Dampened, they can also work to cover what you may warm in the microwave. We wrap a potato in a dampened half sheet and the microwave steams the potato perfectly. Should you forget to take them out of a pocket when running the laundry, they will not disintegrate. Just don't dispose of them in the toilet. We use these at home and have found them perfect for camping.
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We use Viva paper towels and they do not unroll. Viva makes the standard size square-sheet tear-off or the half size tear-off. We use the half size. They are very strong, very absorbent, and can be rung out like a dishrag to clean up spills. Dampened, they can also work to cover what you may warm in the microwave. We wrap a potato in a dampened half sheet and the microwave steams the potato perfectly. Should you forget to take them out of a pocket when running the laundry, they will not disintegrate. Just don't dispose of them in the toilet. We use these at home and have found them perfect for camping.
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