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scottandanna 05-26-2016 11:38 AM

Small corner bathroom, no TP roll hanger. Suggestions?
 
I need to get the toilet paper roll off the floor. The trailer is small, and the bathroom is sorta cocked at an angle, so there is no permanent TP roll hanger.

Any suggestions on what to hang it on? Prefer it to be sideways, but not a deal-breaker.

MSD81 05-26-2016 11:45 AM

Any room for a portable stand up holder?

Bella222 05-26-2016 12:08 PM

Used a candle holder. But that doesn't make it sideways. What about a pedastal fruit bowl ?

scottandanna 05-26-2016 02:45 PM

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It is pretty tight, and I really don't want stuff "standing" on the floor or other surfaces. Right now, we just shove the roll between the sink and the shower, or hang it on the cupboard handle. Both are temporary props, and it goes into the cupboard or linen closet when we are underway.

pic of the potty attached.

I am thinking something upright, so the cardboard tube just slides down on it, between the linen closet door and the shower, just beside and behind the toilet. Best I can find so far is this which just might do the trick...Seems simple and effective, and should fit in that space. I would mount it low, so the top of the paper would be level with or a touch below the bottom of the linen closet door.

Would really be nice if it fit between the shower and sink, easier to reach, and more out of the way, less tendency to get hung up on our clothes, etc.

https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/i...8wc4ZiShmIPnOw

lynnmor 05-26-2016 02:51 PM

I mounted mine on the inside of the vanity door. With the cheap glue on type there is no need to drill holes. The paper can hang out over or under the door. Another benefit is that water won't get splashed on the roll.

scottandanna 05-26-2016 02:54 PM

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Since you mentioned free-standing and candle holder, I DO have this that I made years ago, when I worked in the machine shops. Solid billet stainless, so it is HEAVY, but made for a paper towel roll. Will NOT fall over. Weighs about 8 lbs and very bottom heavy.

It would easily hold 3 rolls of toilet paper, and might stay on the floor where I put it, especially if I glue some of that rubber nonslip cupboard mat or non-slip carpet mat to the bottom.

I need to take it out and test-fit it...it just might fit between that sink and shower...

scottandanna 05-26-2016 02:57 PM

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Originally Posted by lynnmor (Post 3086723)
I mounted mine on the inside of the vanity door. With the cheap glue on type there is no need to drill holes. The paper can hang out over or under the door. Another benefit is that water won't get splashed on the roll.

Hmmm...that is a pretty good idea. Not sure if I have the room inside, since I have mounted various shelves and baskets to take advantage of all that space in there. But I will have to take a second look to make sure. :thumb:

mrt_1111 05-26-2016 04:38 PM

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Originally Posted by scottandanna (Post 3086736)
Hmmm...that is a pretty good idea. Not sure if I have the room inside, since I have mounted various shelves and baskets to take advantage of all that space in there. But I will have to take a second look to make sure. :thumb:

That where mine is. Keeps it dry and away from my cats.

ralphie 05-26-2016 06:27 PM

The TP holder on my Montana is inside the vanity door, out of sight but actually convenient.

Fred1609 05-26-2016 10:47 PM

toilet bowl brush handle? I put an extra roll over the handle and it sits there if needed.....

scottandanna 05-27-2016 01:25 PM

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What I ended up with...

RaynMary 05-27-2016 02:32 PM

We had to use an "over the cabinet door toilet paper holder" to keep our puppy from destroying the roll. It looks lime you might have room inside your cabinet.


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