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Shelf behind/above toilet in 2552

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gl1500

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Shelf behind/above toilet in 2552
« on: November 16, 2012, 01:36:04 pm »
I can not seem to get a picture to go without my whole picture inventory going with it.  But what I did to make the shelf more functional and usable, I purchased color matched 1x4 wood, cut it to proper length and formed it in the shape of an L.  Used metal colored L brackets to secure the two pieces together and then to the closet and rear wall.  I then added cushioned non-skid material inside the L area.  Now we leave items in there all the time and even when traveling.  Nothing bounces out or slides around.
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Re: Shelf behind/above toilet in 2552
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2012, 08:13:43 pm »
Bob,

   Nice idea. 

   We found a lucite orgnazer in a smoked color at bed bath and beyond that is just a little smaller than the shelf.  It has non-skip pads on the bottom.  I leave it there during all of our travels and it stays in place.  Even though that shelf is narrow it really does come in handy.

Sue
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