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Old 05-13-2017, 12:00 AM   #1
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What to do for towel racks in the bathroom? Is the door hollow?
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Old 05-13-2017, 12:40 AM   #2
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We use the command strips and hooks....and I can move them multiple times when I change my mind about where I want them..

Also bought a cheaper quality over the door rack with many hooks and because it was "cheaper" Doug could bend it properly to fit the door..

We use the Smaller size Norwex towels microfibre so they dry really quickly..
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Yes, the door is hollow but there is solid wood at the edges. Enough wood that towel racks can be screwed on to.

I made custom towel racks but commercial ones could be used as long as the screws are close to the door edge.

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Those are very nice, think I will do something like that. Like the towels to hang out flat to dry, seem to take longer on hooks.
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We use these for towels in the shower & outside attached to the kitchen window to hang wet coats under the awning:
Suction Hook - Lee Valley Tools

Just put em where you need em....
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We use these for towels in the shower & outside attached to the kitchen window to hang wet coats under the awning:
Suction Hook - Lee Valley Tools

Just put em where you need em....
I have used those in the past, and they work quite good. Almost too many hooks on them. I must say that the IKEA ones we have started using have much better holding power though.

STUGVIK series - IKEA
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