|Subject: a homemade paper towel rack Sat May 19, 2007 8:15 pm|| |
I saw a paper towel holder today in a camp , was a plastic coat hanger cut the bottom rod into in the center pull it back and place a roll of paper towels in it works like a charm , if ya think it needs rain coat take a plastic bag push hook threw bottom and drape it over roll of tow ls and cut it off just below roll of towel's
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Age : 88
Location : Lufkin, Texas
Hobbies : fishing, history, creating displays using interesting stuff
Registration date : 2007-07-04
|Subject: Re: a homemade paper towel rack Wed Jul 04, 2007 7:19 pm|| |
Great idea. But, if you cut the bottom in the middle, isn't the roll of paper towels too long to get it on that bottom bar?
I have been using something I found at Home Depot. It is a little plastic bucket of shop towels made by Sellers. It has 300 rags in it and is very convenient to carry on the boat. I don't remember the cost, but it wasn't too much. The rags are pulled out of a hole in the top and there is an attached plug for that hole. The bucket measures about 10" tall and 11' in diameter.
|Subject: Re: a homemade paper towel rack Sat Jul 14, 2007 10:50 am|| |
no sir its not 2 long the plastic coat hangers are flexiable and will pull apart easy and flex back I hang it on my camp stove works great ...
I like what ya are using would work great for the boat ill have pick me up a roll thanks for the tip.
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