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Old 03-03-2015, 01:24 PM   #31
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For those who have added the wire shelving, are the wall anchors holding in there good? Any pulled back out? I'm in the process of this and using the 16" deep shelving w/ 4, prob 6 brackets per shelf. And it will only bee clothing/towels on the shelves. Any issues w/ the thin paneling? Thanks
I believe an earlier post here in this same topic said the 3M brand 'Command' adhesive hooks worked well with the wire shelving. It doesn't answer your question directly, but it might be an option worth considering.
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Old 03-11-2015, 03:16 PM   #32
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Front bedroom wardrobe shelving w/ command hooks

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Main wardrobe shelving w/ wall anchors
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3 shelves in main wardrobe Shelves are 16" deep
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Old 03-11-2015, 03:48 PM   #33
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Looks nice Kevin.. just wonder how those hooks will hold up long term. The paper overlay on the wall panels are applied with hot melt adhesive, and has a tendency to lose some adhesion when it gets warm out. I know we have had some issues in an other trailer with them. Actually pulled the paper off the board. Does make a clean installation tho.
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Thanks, Kevin.

I like it. A lot. This my 'Plan A' when I get my trailer home.

IFF (if and only if) the Command Hooks/paper needs help someday, a small brad or screw at the top of the hook should take care of it.

But the initial install should be very quick with no risk. And the shelf spacing can be changed easily (hopefully without a trace) if the first 'guess-timate' wasn't what is needed when the packing actually begins. DW will like that part.
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I had to use the Command hooks in the bedroom cause the walls are so thin the screws would go right through on the bed side.
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Old 03-12-2015, 01:38 PM   #36
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I had to use the Command hooks in the bedroom cause the walls are so thin the screws would go right through on the bed side.

That looks awesome. I'm going to steal this idea. All credit to you
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Bikester, thanks, but I got the ideas from around here. I was just trying to show some different angles of the project. One thing I didn't show is that I have two anchors on each side in the main wardrobe to help spread the load out since the walls are thin.
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I found the shelving in brushed nickel at Lowes, which would look classy. There are also brushed nickel Command hooks that could be used as well. The only downside is that they only have 12" depth in the nickel which would be short, but something to consider.
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Good idea with the Command Hooks...thanks! I'm going to do this but use a 7/16" birch plywood shelf, and molding on the front edge, and make it the depth of the closet so it won't slide foreward (or backward). I just don't care for the wire shelves...each to his own, I guess
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Good idea with the Command Hooks...thanks! I'm going to do this but use a 7/16" birch plywood shelf, and molding on the front edge, and make it the depth of the closet so it won't slide foreward (or backward). I just don't care for the wire shelves...each to his own, I guess
I used thin Masonite for shelves in my class-B. The shelves started sagging, even without stuff on them. I glued wood reinforcing strips on the bottoms. Not pretty, but functional.

Wire shelves are OK in my book, and they won't sag... I really like that!
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