I still don't have a TP holder up yet.
I picked up a standing holder but don't like it. The bathroom is so small as it is, I don't need anything else on the floor.
SO I decided a TP holder will have to go on the side of the vanity which I my only concern with that is the lack of thickness of the vanity. My option is to add a piece of wood to the inside to give more beef to drill in to.
SO here is my question. The scr3ws that came with the TP holder bracket comes with a anchor which normally you are using in dry wall. So if I'm going to be attaching the bracket to wood instead of drywall, do I use the same scr3ws (without the anchor of course)that came with the TP holder or should I get other scr3ws that you would use in wood?
I would use wood screws that are long enough to go into the wood blocking, but not through it.
I'd drill the holes and use bolts. The nut and washer would go in the back giving some support.
You could also glue a piece of wood to the inside of the vanity and then drill through for the bolts. I would not use screws in either case.
I wouldn't have even thought of a bolt and nut. Thanks for the suggestions.
If you are not using wood on the inside use a large diameter washer.
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