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Old 08-21-2010, 09:23 PM   #1
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Toilet paper holder

I need to install a toilet paper holder and don't want to mount on the walls as they are too thin and it will probably fall off.
Does anyone have a mod on hanging on the shower glass something to hold a roll of toilet paper?
Here is a picture of the shower glass. The back wall is thin and the door is to the right if I was sitting down.
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Old 08-21-2010, 09:38 PM   #2
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Here is mod we did to hold a towel instead of drilling holes.
This is a 3M produce that used strecy stuff that can be removed. Not sure what they call it but found the large ones at WalMart in the bathroom section... Not Hardware
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Old 08-21-2010, 09:47 PM   #3
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Smile tp holder

I bought the free standing toliet paper holder at walmart, several to choose from but mine was 13.00, I did not want to screw one onto the new walls in our camper as well. I am not at home but can send pics tomorrow night if I need to.It has never fallen over as they are weighted on the bottom.
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Old 08-21-2010, 09:54 PM   #4
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I bought the free standing toliet paper holder at walmart, several to choose from but mine was 13.00, I did not want to screw one onto the new walls in our camper as well. I am not at home but can send pics tomorrow night if I need to.It has never fallen over as they are weighted on the bottom.
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That's what my DW wanted but I didn't want somehting that I had to store before traveling.
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I attached ours to the exterior wall with drywall anchors and a dab of Gorilla Glue, no problem for 2 years now. Just bought a standard toilet paper hook (not the kind with the colapsable inner bar) that you just slide the roll onto at Walmart.
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Old 08-21-2010, 10:36 PM   #6
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I attached ours to the exterior wall with drywall anchors and a dab of Gorilla Glue, no problem for 2 years now. Just bought a standard toilet paper hook (not the kind with the colapsable inner bar) that you just slide the roll onto at Walmart.

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Exactly John! Works great. If you dip the ends of the drywall anchors in the Gorila Glue and insert them into an exterior wall the glue expands as it drys and those anchors are there to stay. I have used this method in the past to fix screws that were pulling out of the exterior walls.
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Exactly John! Works great. If you dip the ends of the drywall anchors in the Gorila Glue and insert them into an exterior wall the glue expands as it drys and those anchors are there to stay. I have used this method in the past to fix screws that were pulling out of the exterior walls.
The problem is I don't have an outer wall there. All are unsupported thin inner walls with no backing. Hollow with 1/8" wall board that flexes easily.
Does this give you a better idea of my problem.
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