Towel storage provides a good solution to the problem of having nowhere to hang your towel. You should keep in mind that wet towels weigh a little more than dry towels. When installing towel racks you need to secure the hanger on the wall so that it can withstand the weight. Metal shift anchors usually do a better job than the cheaper plastic plaster anchors, holding up a wet towel weight over and over again.
Examine the back of the towel storage to see how many screws will be needed to properly attach the hangers to the wall. Use a pen to mark where on the bathroom wall you want to install towel hangers, and make sure to mark the correct number of screws per hanger. Drive the knee joint anchor in the points where you need to install the screws in the wall. Use a screwdriver to drive the gear anchors into the wall, and make sure the head of each toggle hanger is seated tightly against the wall.
Line each towel storage “brackets up with toggle anchor. Insert a screw through the brackets and into the shift anchor. Use a screwdriver to drive the screws as far as it goes into the gear anchors. Slide towel rails over the brackets. Use an Allen key to screw in all mounting screws on hangers to keep them from sliding off the brackets.
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