March 12, 2013 Filed under TRAILER VIDEOS
How to prevent paper products from unraveling when driving an RV. A TrailerLifeTV original video.
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3 Responses to “Keep Your Paper Products In Place”
Nah, wasting too much time, and you might slice up a finger doing that.
Just put a rubber band around the paper towels, takes 2 seconds.
For the toilet paper, take the roll off, flatten it, crushing the cardboard tube inside, then replace it on the holder. It won’t unspool. Learned that trick through many years of cat ownership.
Neat idea but I also have a good way to stop our paper products from unraveling. If you can sew take a piece of velcro and sew one end with the loop and the other end with the hook and put around the paper product. I measured for the biggest roll of both and left enough velcro for adjustment of size as it gets used up. Thanks
OR — you could use “Viva” paper towels, they never unroll by themselves.
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