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Old 01-15-2012, 03:50 PM   #15
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Personally, I prefer this type...



A circle of the non-skid shelf lining keeps it from moving while traveling. I like that it's portable and can be moved to the tabletop or outside on a picnic table for "messy" dining.
We have a version of this same holder that has a weighted base with non-skid material on it. Stays on the counter just fine
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Old 01-15-2012, 08:11 PM   #16
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I placed mine under an overhead cabinet near the sink, but like others, I have seen the vertical type holders where convenient. Good Luck.

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We placed ours under an overhead cabinet near the sink. Been there for 7 years with no issues. DW still likes the location.
Yup, did the same....
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We use the vertical holder as posted by SarahW. Works great.

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Old 01-16-2012, 11:04 AM   #19
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I was going to take a photo of ours but I see you already did it for me.
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I was going to take a photo of ours but I see you already did it for me.
Now you know that my key opens your MH. I guess you'll be changing the locks. LOL
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We have this stainless steel holder that only unwinds when pulled on. It has a racheting piece in it that holds it firmly for tear off. It has never moved. It is on my countertop in front of my kitchen window next to the sink. Can be moved whenever i want to use my space differently.

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This is what we use. Never moves and never unwinds.
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I use that camco pop-a-towel paper dispenser under the cabinet in the kitchen and bathroom. I like those ( they have the star shape ends )as I can use a clothes pin to keep the roll from unraveling during travel. I just clip the clothes pin on the outermost layer of towels. Plenty of room to clip the clothes pin on the holder when set up for camping.

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I use this type that I purchased at Camping World. It can be left out or stored when not in use.

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x2 on the fencebuster solution - leave ours on the table - doesn't fall over - doesnt unwind
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We use a heavy, stone one with the no move rubber pad on the bottom. The countertop is Corian and the holder has never moved or fallen over.
thats exactly what we did in both our 09 HR (C) and now in our current unit it never has moved
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We have a version of this same holder that has a weighted base with non-skid material on it. Stays on the counter just fine
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We also use a stainless wire vertical holder. DW found some dumb dumb type adhesive tape and put a small ball of it on each of the four legs. Easy to move and the holder but has never fallen over. Keep it between the stove top and the sink. She put a few dabs of the stuff on a small basket we keep on the dinette...it's never moved either. Oh Wal-Mart... Bob
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Ours is under a cabinet above counter. It's pretty much out of the way of everything and is close to sink. No problems...
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