Holding the Shower Wall in the Shower Position: There was no way to hold the shower wall in position. We added a door stop to limit how far it would swing but allowing the curtain to operate along its track. A small bungee loop and post holds it in the shower position.
Door Stop and Bungee Loop to Hold Open Shower Wall
Shower Wall Held Open by Bungee
Toothbrushes and Water Pik Storage: Two stacking plastic boxes were joined to contain electric toothbrushes and their chargers as well as a Water Pik. Cords for the chargers are routed along the wall to the outlet. The box is held in place with command strips.
Body Wash and Shampoo: A couple of wire “fences” hold the containers on the corner shelf below the shower head.
Wire Fences Hold Containers on Shower Shelf
Towels: Fabric loops were attached to our towels and they hang on Command Hooks on the door.
Towel Loops Keep Towels on Command Hooks Inside Bathroom Door
Clothes Line: A retractable clothes line was added to the forward wall of the bathroom. Oops! Placement of the unit prevents the bathroom cabinet over the toilet from opening completely. It’s not a problem, just an oops.
Bathroom Door Magnetic Hold-Open Magnet: There was no way to hold the bathroom door open and, depending on how level the camper is it keeps swinging closed when you don’t want it to. We installed a magnetic door stop to hold it open. One part of the stop was mounted on the bathroom door, the other on the bulkhead face of the first step into the bedroom. The round contact surface compensated for the angle at which the door meets the step face.