Ike
Hello everyone,

I have a 177se and have had no luck attaching anything to the shower walls.  Anything with a suction cup does not stay attached.
Had some luck with a TP holder but it didn't last.  Any suggestions?
Thanks,
Ike
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sunvalleyjoe
I used a drop of silicone caulking. Make sure you choose right place we used it for a soap dish. GBA!!SVJ
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KLandry
Also I would suggest cleaning the fiberglass or glass with a mild solvent to ensure adhesion of the caulk. 
Keith
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sunvalleyjoe
yes forgot that rubbing alcohol with cotton ball works good.Also wipe inside of suction cup if unit uses one. 
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bamajim
We did not want to glue something permanently and suction cups failed.  We decided to use a curtain rod across the back of the shower and place a shower pocket on it.  There is ample space for soap, shampoo, etc.
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kswalsh
I used clear “X-Fasten Double Sided Mounting Tape” for the TP holder and soap dish. It’s held up a couple of years now. It’s like the goo they use to stick a credit card to a sheet of paper for mailing. You can just roll it of if you change your mind.FCFDD231-961B-42BB-AB61-488D5D53324C.jpeg
Kristi
2017 177SE Seafoam
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TravelerGuy
Hi Ike,
Here's what I did in our 177SE.  I bought two white expansion rods, their thickness is about 1/2" x 3/4".  I put them in place across the back, and then put 2 mesh plastic trays on top.  They are each held to the expansion rods with 4 clear cable ties.  Over about 6 trips, they have never moved.  We keep our toiletries in them, but store the toiletries when traveling.
For the towels (and for drying small things), I got three bigger expansion rods, about 3/4" diameter.  The 177SE shower inside dimension is 30" wide, and 39 1/4" depth (to the side of the door frame).  They also have not moved in 6 trips, but we stow the bigger towels when traveling.  Here's a photo.
BathroomRods.jpg 
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Ralph L Staub
this stuff from 3M works great, if you can find it. they call it "VHB" which stands for Very High Bond.
https://www.3m.com/3M/en_US/company-us/all-3m-products/~/3M-VHB-Tape-4910/?N=5002385+3293242444&rt=rud
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Ike
yes forgot that rubbing alcohol with cotton ball works good.Also wipe inside of suction cup if unit uses one. 
TravelerGuy wrote:
Hi Ike,
Here's what I did in our 177SE.  I bought two white expansion rods, their thickness is about 1/2" x 3/4".  I put them in place across the back, and then put 2 mesh plastic trays on top.  They are each held to the expansion rods with 4 clear cable ties.  Over about 6 trips, they have never moved.  We keep our toiletries in them, but store the toiletries when traveling.
For the towels (and for drying small things), I got three bigger expansion rods, about 3/4" diameter.  The 177SE shower inside dimension is 30" wide, and 39 1/4" depth (to the side of the door frame).  They also have not moved in 6 trips, but we stow the bigger towels when traveling.  Here's a photo.
BathroomRods.jpg 
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Ike
TravelerGuy,
Lot of modifications.  Is that a sink on the left?  I like the expansion rods.
Thanks,
Ike
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Ike
[QUOTE username=Ralph L Staub userid=4739947 postid=1312324922]this stuff from 3M works great, if you can find it. they call it "VHB" which stands for Very High Bond.
Thanks Ralph,  must be good stuff, another fellow recommended the same thing.  I'll keep my eyes open.
Thanks,
Ike
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TravelerGuy
Hi Ike,

Yep, that's a $1 sink.  Plastic tub from the Dollar Store.  Attached to the existing bottom 2 screws holding the faucets on, with a small rectangle of .031" aluminum.  Replace the shower hose with a PVC pipe cap with a bunch of 1/16" holes and it sprays well.  The drain was some work, fitting some PVC tube down the wall to the floor drain.  Most of the work was making the extra floor out of 100% plastic laminate flooring.  The drain tube has to go under the floor.  Works great.  Here's photos:
Bathroom6-25-19.jpg  BathroomFloor-1.jpg  BathroomFloor-2.jpg
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