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 81 
 on: May 13, 2015, 06:54:38 pm 
Started by Phoenicia Rising - Last post by TomHanlon
What did you use to mount the racks IN the shower? We're concerned about hurting the surface. Thanks.

I am not one of those who are against using screws and drilling holes. I think that who ever buys my PC aremore likely to be thankfull that the bars are there and not how they attached. If I trade it, the dealer won't care.

That being said, I am a big fan of command strips and bath strips for wet areas. Great for hooks and soap dishes, etc.
Don't leave glass bottles in the shower or on open shelfs when traveling.

 82 
 on: May 13, 2015, 06:32:12 pm 
Started by Phoenicia Rising - Last post by ron.dittmer
I have not had any of the 3M Command Hooks come loose while driving or under any other conditions.  However, the heaviest item would be a big bath towel, so that's not a serious challenge.
Ron, yes you are right, anything sticking out from the bathroom door wouldn't be desirable, in my opinion, because the floorspace in the 2100 bathroom is pretty much a postage stamp to turn around in.  My shower has the majority of the bathroom floorspace, so that's where I put my laundry basket.
Just to make a point here....I am very impressed that you have a dry bath in a rig so short.  Something has to give somewhere.  It isn't much bigger in our 2350.  The saving grace we have is that our toilet is on an inside wall with some blank wall space above it for this towel rack.  The picture demonstrates poor utilization, but we typically have towels rolled up standing vertically.  They stay in place and it works pretty well.

 83 
 on: May 13, 2015, 06:04:03 pm 
Started by Phoenicia Rising - Last post by Phoenicia Rising
What did you use to mount the racks IN the shower? We're concerned about hurting the surface. Thanks.

 84 
 on: May 13, 2015, 06:00:55 pm 
Started by Phoenicia Rising - Last post by TomHanlon
On our 2350 we had the towel bar mounted one above the other in the shower on the side wall. When we took a shower we put the towels on the sink until needed. After the showers, the towels when back in the shower out of the way and out of sight. In a small space looks can matter so you don't feel closed in.

On our 2552 with the bigger bathroom, we mounted the towel bars one above the other on the inside of the sliding door and the toilet paper next to them.

 85 
 on: May 13, 2015, 05:42:39 pm 
Started by Phoenicia Rising - Last post by Phoenicia Rising
We are thinking of putting the paper towel holder under the cabinet behind the light. And we were thinking of keeping all the garbage under the bathroom sink. Would love to hear any other ideas, too. My husband is afraid the toilet paper dispenser on the inside of the door would make it hard for him to get around.

 86 
 on: May 13, 2015, 05:32:00 pm 
Started by Phoenicia Rising - Last post by AMW
I have not had any of the 3M Command Hooks come loose while driving or under any other conditions.  However, the heaviest item would be a big bath towel, so that's not a serious challenge.
Ron, yes you are right, anything sticking out from the bathroom door wouldn't be desirable, in my opinion, because the floorspace in the 2100 bathroom is pretty much a postage stamp to turn around in.  My shower has the majority of the bathroom floorspace, so that's where I put my laundry basket.

 87 
 on: May 13, 2015, 04:44:54 pm 
Started by Phoenicia Rising - Last post by ron.dittmer
You 2100 owners don't have any wall space for a towel bar with exception to the door itself.  But I would think anything sticking out from the door would make it impossible to move around in the bathroom while the door is closed.  That will take some serious creativity.

 88 
 on: May 13, 2015, 04:38:04 pm 
Started by Sarz272000 - Last post by ron.dittmer
Speaking for the side of the height challenged, I have to add that one of my very most appreciated things about the PC is the "reasonable" (lower) ceiling heights.  It is a thrill to be able to actually reach inside my top cabinets and turn on a ceiling light without a step stool  Heart Shower
My 5'-2" wife would agree with you completely.  Even so, she complains the microwave is too high for her.  That is where I come in for the rescue.

 89 
 on: May 13, 2015, 04:36:56 pm 
Started by Phoenicia Rising - Last post by Gail Staton
My husband and I just bought a 2013 2100 and are going through the same decision making as you.  Seems like a lot of us do not want to drill into the walls, etc.   

We found a stick on toilet tissue holder in Ace Hardware and attached it to the inside of the bathroom door. 

I had some very good suction towel bars and hooks for wash cloths and towels from our previous RV that I attached to the back and front walls of the shower.   Also attached a suction caddie for shampoo, soap, etc.
 to the shower wall.   We have had our 2100 just three weeks but so far so good with things staying put.  Our bathroom door is not designed for an over the door hook either.

I found a stick on paper towel holder that I attached vertically on the back wall to the left of the kitchen window.   I'm still working on the best place for kitchen trash.   For now we purchased a small plastic waste basket that fits in the step well next to the wall.  It doesn't interfere with the screen door or getting in or out of the Cruiser but I really don't like it there.

I would love to hear if any of you have other ideas for the 2100.   It actually has much more storage space than we thought.

Gail




 90 
 on: May 13, 2015, 04:36:13 pm 
Started by Sarz272000 - Last post by ron.dittmer
if you can deal with the air conditioner(s) and light fixtures, etc. in the ceiling.
And the shower height too.  Anyone over 6 feet tall really needs to take a serious walk-through any PC before putting money down on it.

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