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Old 02-15-2011, 07:43 PM   #1
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Adding a coat Rack. Suggestions please ??

Hey All,
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I could sure use some suggestions on how to install something in our" new to us" RV. Really would like to have "something" to hang coats etc. close to the door.
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Old 02-15-2011, 07:57 PM   #2
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Nice trailer! Always hard to find somewhere close to the door.
I do see a door probably the bathroom door, what about an over the door hooks? Or on the skinny part between that door and the corner. It would only be a few steps from the outer door.
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Old 02-15-2011, 08:09 PM   #3
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We've had good luck with the large 3M hooks that stick to the wall - nice part is you can move them to another location if you don't like the first spot - without any holes in the wall!
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How many coats you talking about? That long door beside the fridge might could have a rod installed for hangers. Put the rod all the way across and it will still hold broom, vac. and shelvig. Don't know what's there. Also maybe one on the wall in the slide out between the tables last chair if it is not used much.
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We've had good luck with the large 3M hooks that stick to the wall - nice part is you can move them to another location if you don't like the first spot - without any holes in the wall!
Be careful with the tape on hooks for the wall. I have not been so lucky, the coat pulled the wall paper and hook right off the wall. Picture a bees nest on a wall. It just stretched and didn't rip anything, I managed to "stick" it back in place using a hair dryer and some luck! I should add that I had my hook stuck to an outside wall. I don't think this would have happened with an interior wall.

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Old 02-16-2011, 04:33 PM   #6
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We've had good luck with the large 3M hooks that stick to the wall - nice part is you can move them to another location if you don't like the first spot - without any holes in the wall!
same here, make sure you get the highest weight rating.
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How many coats you talking about? That long door beside the fridge might could have a rod installed for hangers. Put the rod all the way across and it will still hold broom, vac. and shelvig. Don't know what's there. Also maybe one on the wall in the slide out between the tables last chair if it is not used much.
I suspect that is the pantry door.

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Old 02-16-2011, 05:44 PM   #8
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We were lucky and have a cabinet over the table right as you walk in the door. The depth of the cabinet is enough to put 4 coat hooks on.

By looking at your camper it seems that your personnal preference is going to be the best bet. The wall right by the door would work out great if you could move that other little cabinet up some, then maybe you could have your plastic bag dispenser hang on one of the coat hooks.
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Old 02-16-2011, 06:14 PM   #9
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Yes the narrow door is my pantry :-)
The little cabinet on the wall is all the control switches for the slides and lights :-(
Hmmmm...
Sure appreciate everyone's thoughts though...
Thank you all so much !!
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