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Old 11-22-2015, 05:35 PM   #31
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We used sea to summit tek towels...very absorbant and dries quickly...they have a small snap on loop that attaches to anything easily.
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Old 12-25-2015, 01:29 AM   #32
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We added a simple towel ring below our acrylic mirror. When showering, the towel stays dry because it's protected by the shower curtain. Also replaced the steel I-beam curtain track with an aluminum one. The painted steel ones eventually rust.

I also have a couple of soft vinyl over-the-door hooks that fit perfectly over the lip of the sink - great for holding facecloths, etc and easy to take on and off. Great for hanging a wet bathing suit on.
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Old 12-25-2015, 09:53 AM   #33
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My wife doesn't like this solution (says it looks 'slummy') but weather permitting, I usually hang wet items on the awning arms outside. They dry quick. I also like the clotheslines that mount to the rear receiver.
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Old 12-25-2015, 11:20 AM   #34
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I have been looking for a clothesline that mounts on the rear receiver of the trailer. Do you have a reference/link? And Merry Christmas from balmy SE Texas. We have the A/C running today!
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Old 12-25-2015, 01:05 PM   #35
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our (used) 19' came with towel (command) hooks behind the toilet, but we plan to use our bathroom to shower in so I'm adding two command hooks to the inside of the door so they'll stay dry during the shower.
Amy, the vinyl lining on the inside of the wash room door will not adequately support the command hooks. We had a bath towel hanging on the door and the the vinyl pulled away from the door. The command hooks do work well, however, on the fibreglass shower walls.
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Old 12-25-2015, 02:28 PM   #36
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We put two medium sized 3M command hooks for towels on the fiberglass shower enclosure to the left when sitting on the toilet, behind the shower curtain so they stay dry when showering. Working out great so far.
Also have a 4 hook umbra on the bathroom wall right outside that towels can hang on temporarily if needed.
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I have been looking for a clothesline that mounts on the rear receiver of the trailer. Do you have a reference/link? And Merry Christmas from balmy SE Texas. We have the A/C running today!
I've seen them advertised in the Camping World flyers. A few of the campsites I stayed at with my rental stated you couldn't use clothes hangers/lines.
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I have found a nice over the door hook towel holder with 5 holders but don't know how sturdy the door is. Could it hold a 1.2 lb. holder plus 4 bath towels? Don't want it to cause problems...

http://www.amazon.com/Bamboo-Stainle...oor+hook&psc=1
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I have found a nice over the door hook towel holder with 5 holders but don't know how sturdy the door is. Could it hold a 1.2 lb. holder plus 4 bath towels? Don't want it to cause problems...

http://www.amazon.com/Bamboo-Stainle...oor+hook&psc=1
My door is probably strong enough, however I did have to replace the hinges after 4 1/2 years of use. Two out of the three cracked at the screw holes going into the wall. Mine are/were a standard cabinet hinge, so no problem finding them.
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I've seen them advertised in the Camping World flyers. A few of the campsites I stayed at with my rental stated you couldn't use clothes hangers/lines.

Thanks. I will look online. I'm really looking for an idea/picture so I can make my own probably out of PVC so I can quickly assemble/disassemble depending on the campground rules.
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