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Old 09-15-2011, 07:45 AM   #1
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In our 2005 251RL , I installed 2 tension rods in the lav and they held our bath towels and those of occasional visitors. New 30.5BHLT has full size bathroom (yay) but one tiny towel rack and not really a good place for those tension rods. Any solutions out there, no holes in the walls, please. Thanks!
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3M hooks. No holes and they can be removed easily without leaving any marks.
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Old 09-15-2011, 08:40 AM   #3
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I hang my towels over the edge of the shower when I am not in the shower.
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Get one of the over the door dodads. Some have multiple levels for hanging. Just measure your door width and check your clearence above before investing.
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In our 2005 251RL , I installed 2 tension rods in the lav and they held our bath towels and those of occasional visitors. New 30.5BHLT has full size bathroom (yay) but one tiny towel rack and not really a good place for those tension rods. Any solutions out there, no holes in the walls, please. Thanks!
We use tension bars also. Just fine a place where they will fit and be out of the way. Our are in where "the porcelon throne" is located because it is separate from the shower.
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I use the over the door hanger - I think I got it at WalMart for a few dollars. Works about as good as anything I have found.
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Old 09-15-2011, 10:39 AM   #7
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I found 2- 24 in. wooden towel racks marked down to $5 at our local Lowes. I cut less than 1 inch off them and mounted them on the back of the hinged door to our bath. I had to relocate the tissue dispenser a little, but it was almost out of reach on the door any way.

So far it has worked out well.
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We hang ours over the shower stall also. The over the door hangers sound like a good idea but we have one mounted to the door so the hangers are not an option for our bathroom but they could go on the back of the bedroom door. So many ideas, so little time.
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In our 2005 251RL , I installed 2 tension rods in the lav and they held our bath towels and those of occasional visitors. New 30.5BHLT has full size bathroom (yay) but one tiny towel rack and not really a good place for those tension rods. Any solutions out there, no holes in the walls, please. Thanks!
We have a 30.5 BHLT, also. The issue we had one our first trip with that towel bar above the toilet was remember to keep the toilet lid down. A towel fell in the toilet once. Also, is your hand towel ring by the sink hanging ridiculously low?
I am not sure about the suggestions for the over the door rack because I'm thinking it might hit that corner storage cabinet and scratch. Hmmmm -
I did hang a few decorative 3M hooks in other places in the camper, like on the small wall to the right of the door that enters into the bunk area. My son hangs his cap there.
I am wishing with all that storage space inside there was tall slender broom closet somewhere. I have been stashing my broom behind the loft ladder.
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I use the over the door hanger - I think I got it at WalMart for a few dollars. Works about as good as anything I have found.
We use the same over the door hanger from walmart.
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