How high should the toilet paper holder be?
The standard position for a toilet paper holder - should be 8-12 inches in front of the toilet and 26 inches (centerline) above the floor.
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Answer . If you have the package please read the instructions. If not, then there is usually a plate with 4 screws and you screw it into the wall near the toilet. Then s…lip toilet paper over the aluminum roller and clip in. (You will see two holes or notches on each side (inside) of the plate.
Standard height is 24 - 27 inches. Or you can take a seat and go with what's comfortable, as reach is important too.
All to do with preference and if a wall is there to make a choice in the first place
most place the holder - depending on the room available next to the toilet bowl itself between 24 and 30 inches from the floor level
The toilet paper holder needs to be within easy and convenient reach of someone sitting on the toilet. There should be room between the person and the holder. Also, if possibl…e, avoid placing the holder under the towel rack, since the paper could become wet. The practical way to figure this out is to sit on the toilet.
Do you mean from the toilet (as in you flushed it down)? Well, if this is what you mean, I'll tell you how. If it was recently and it's STILL in there, then ATTACK IT WITH T…HE PLUNGER!!! If this isn't what you mean, then I can't aswer that... but in terms of the other answer, if it's still in the toilet and it hasn't caused any problems, then either A) by some MIRACLE it managed to get past the toilet loop and is stuck in another spot, allowing the "logs" to get past, or B) the first one (A) did happen, but the toilet thing went down into the rest of the toilet system. I hope this helped!
A little higher than the cat can reach.
Just put it wherever is most accessible and convenient. There is no set distance.
Either on the left or right, 26 inches off the floor and 8 to 12 inches forward from the front of the toilet bowl. Reference: http://www.ehow.com/info_8027723_proper-placement…-toilet-paper-holder.html
doesn't really matter idiot
Joseph Gayetty invented toilet paper in 1857
Its not only there for convenience, its job is to keep the paper from contacting different surfaces, keeping it clean - pretty good idea considering where it has to come into …contact with your body.
Orientation of an open-ended toilet tissue holder: The open end ofa toilet tissue paper holder should always face you (from a sittingposition). You can turn it faceing away fr…om you, but you'llquickly discover it looks uncomfortably wrong to the eye.
The standard height is 26 inches from the floor. In a small bathroom that you can reach across, the best location would be across the room from the toilet. The second best wou…ld be on a wall immediately to the left or right of the toilet. The worst choice is on the wall behind the toilet (to the left or right, not directly behind you) because you would have to be able to twist your body around to reach it, which might be a problem for an elderly or disabled person. Try getting everyone in your family to take turns sitting on the toilet, closing their eyes, and placing a sticky note where they expect the toilet paper to be. Then pick the average location. (This is a good idea if you have little children or a disabled person who needs to be able to reach the loo roll.) If you don't want to drill holes in the wall, you can get a stand to hold the roll, and put it where ever it's most convenient. Make sure you also have storage for extra rolls within reach of the toilet, and get everyone in the family to agree on whether the roll goes "over" or "under".