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Old 08-08-2011, 11:47 AM   #1
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reattach in wall soap dish

My husband and I just bought a 1995 Pacearrow. It is used and there are a few problems. The big things are being taken care of by the dealership, but we did find out the in wall soap dish is not attached. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I reattach it? Thanks

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I am assuming you mean the soap dish in the shower? I had to take mine out and reattach this summer. Clean everything with alcohol, then use 3M double sided tape from an automotive supply.

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Duct tapes works really well and now you can get it in colors....

I would use a good tile caulk-adhesive.

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