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Old 03-20-2011, 02:18 PM   #1
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TP Holder

Anyone find a spot for it yet? I was thinking to the right of the sink next to the door. It feels like there are studs there or around there, but I'm having issues pulling the trigger in case I'm wrong. I did hang the towel rod above the toilet though. Not sure where to put the paper towel roll under the microwave as well.
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Old 03-20-2011, 02:53 PM   #2
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we simply mounted it to the inside of the vanity cabinet's door. that way it doesn't get wet or bumped when moving around in a tight space. and it's within arm's reach.
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Old 03-20-2011, 02:56 PM   #3
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we simply mounted it to the inside of the vanity cabinet's door. that way it doesn't get wet or bumped when moving around in a tight space. and it's within arm's reach.
I considered mounting it on the insure of the sink cabinet for that very reason.
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Old 03-20-2011, 03:11 PM   #4
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LOL - we are so much alike.

My TT came with the tp holder & towel racks installed. As for the paper towels holder I can't be of much help. I brought a few paper towel holders (wall mounted & magnetic) but opted for the first one I brought which sits on the counter. Turns out that simple worked best for me.

My suggestion would be to decide upon the best location for your use and then locate the studs. If necessary use a counter top paper towel holder until you figure out where you would like it.
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I have a 2306 and not sure if the locations will be the same for you

I mounted the tp holder just in the hole under the sink (if you were sitting on the bowl) look to your right and then to the left inside wall of the cabinet - best place I found for me.

Paper Towel holder I mounted just under the far right side of the microwave and mounted it far enough back that it barely touched the blinds which keeps the paper towel from becoming unraveled during travel

The towel rack I mounted to the top inside of the bathroom door but had to get new wood screws cause the ones that came with the towel rack broke when I tried putting them into the door
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Oops, I meant the left side of the cabinet. It looks like it's going inside the bathroom cabinet!

Sherdep - I was thinking the same thing for the paper towel roll after I posted this.
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Old 03-20-2011, 09:01 PM   #7
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You folks use toilet paper??
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You folks use toilet paper??

Only every other day...
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You folks use toilet paper??
yes - dont you?

cant stand to wipe my butt with my hand without it

Once in a while I use my daughter's flushable wipes but very rare
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RV toilet paper is okay (think John Wayne toilet paper), BUT you really shouldn't go camping without baby wipes, just don't flush 'em.
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