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Old 06-04-2015, 08:41 AM   #1
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Stupid Mounting Question

I have a Jayco 19rd with limited counter space. I currently have a counter top paper towel holder. I purchased a cheap plastic paper towel holder to mount under the cabinet above the sink. I do not, however, want to put holes in the cabinet (the camper is brand new and I just can't bring myself to do it!) so I was wondering if there is any other way of mounting it that would be strong enough to hold when we pull paper towels off the roll yet easily removed if we want to move it to a different location? Also, we live in an area where it can go into the 90s in the summer time but be below zero in the winter time -- so it would have to hold during all those temperatures.
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Old 06-04-2015, 09:35 AM   #2
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Old 06-04-2015, 09:44 AM   #3
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I use the replacement command hook adhesive. You can buy it in all different sizes. Just note, I found to stick to the wood walls, I first must wipe the area down with a little alcohol, or goof off, or something similar. as there appears to be some type of silicone on the panels that make it hard to stick things to it.
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Old 06-04-2015, 10:23 AM   #5
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This is what I used as well to mount things. If I can't use the Command products, I resort to these.
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It was hard for me to do it also but it's on the underside of the cabinet and I figuered that everyone has one, it's not like a personal picture on the wall. If I sold the TT it would just go with it. My first one was a cheap one and at the end of a travel day it was unrolled on the floor so I bought this one that has a built in cog wheel so it doesn't unroll and super easy to take off one sheet one handed.
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Old 06-04-2015, 11:23 AM   #8
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I put holes under the cabinet too. Can't see them. But since then I have see picture on here for folks who have a magnetic holder on the side of the hood vent. Obviously it has to come off for the few minutes a day you might use the cook top, but otherwise it's off the counter, out of the way and no holes.
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It was hard for me to do it also but it's on the underside of the cabinet and I figuered that everyone has one, it's not like a personal picture on the wall. If I sold the TT it would just go with it. My first one was a cheap one and at the end of a travel day it was unrolled on the floor so I bought this one that has a built in cog wheel so it doesn't unroll and super easy to take off one sheet one handed.

That is the exact same paper towel holder mounted in the exact same place I mounted mine with wall anchors. Yes this meant drilling holes in the underside of the cabinet, but like Tunce said, everyone will use it anyway.
It looks as though it was a factory install. If the next owner does not like the towel holder, they can remove it replace it with their preferred holder or have two holes on the under side of the cabinet.
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