March 12, 2013 Filed under RV How-To Videos
How to prevent paper products from unraveling when driving an RV. A TrailerLifeTV original video.
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4 Responses to “Keep Paper Products In Place While Driving”
For a faster and easier way to stop paper products from unwinding, is to squeese the roll before placing it on the holder. The oval core wo’nt unroll.
What a neat idea!
A simple rubber band around the paper towels does the job instantly, without the risk of slicing a finger.
As for the toilet paper, just remove the roll, flatten it such the the core tube is no longer round, then place it back on the spindle. It won’t unroll after that.
No muss, no fuss, no soda bottle, no sliced fingers.
Great idea. I slip a rubber band around the toilet paper, but don’t need one for paper towels as we have a vertical holder.
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