05:14PM | 10/08/03
Member Since: 10/05/03
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I'd like to replace the towel bar in the powder room. It seems like its glued to the wall...does not screw off like I thought. How is it anchored to the wall and how can i replace it. It's looks like the builder standard type and I'd like ot replace it with something more decorative.



12:20PM | 10/09/03
Member Since: 10/05/03
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thanks k2....

I looked and I don't see any screws. The brackets are a ceramic type material and they seem like they are flush with the wall as if glued. Should I try to pry it off?



03:32AM | 10/14/03
Member Since: 10/05/03
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thanks for your input k2!

I think this is a project I am going to bypass. The ceramic base of the towel bar is glued to the wall (not tiled wall). I'm not handy with fixing a gaping hole in the drywall. So at this point I think I will have to settle for decorative towels!

Thanks again.


05:28PM | 07/17/04
Member Since: 07/16/04
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Beware....I have the same kind of towel bar and decided it had to was glued to the wall, not tile. I pulled it off and had two huge gaping holes in the drywall. My husband decided the easiest thing to do would be to reglue it back now I am stuck with it!


12:02AM | 02/08/07
Member Since: 02/07/07
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I have the same problem, but I found a site that has spring loaded towel bars:


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