Remove An Old Ceramic Toilet Paper Holder
Remove An Old Ceramic Toilet Paper Holder – A toilet paper holder is rarely thought about until it’s time to replace it. This small fixture is install on or in plaster on the side of vanities and tiled walls. Most toilet paper holder is held in place with glue, screws or anchors. Toilet paper holder attached with an adhesive take a little more time to remove. But with the right tools, it will not be so difficult.
Wall mounted ceramic toilet paper holder which installed with a glue will not have fasteners to hold it in place. Instead, an adhesive pad or adhesive use to secure the base to the wall. Remove the toilet paper holder by heating the glue behind the back of each post and the wall with a hair dryer or heat gun. Press the handle of a trowel until the blade slides behind the posts easily when the ceramic and the adhesive is heat.
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Ceramic toilet paper holder is held in place with cement is almost always installed on a tile wall. The core at the base of the holder posts are embed between the surrounding tiles and then grouted around. Delete posts with cutting off the mill with a grout removal tool. Removal of the mill gives you access to the knob. Use your hammer and chisel to pry behind each post to remove them. Also don’t forget use gloves and safety glasses when removing these services because they can shatter.