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If you are looking for ways to organize and add storage to your camper or motorhome but don't want to drill any holes in the walls or wood, one of these adhesive items might be the perfect accessory for your RV kitchen or bathroom.
Before we get to the list, I want to note:
No drilling doesn't necessarily mean no damage. Some of these items may cause wallpaper to bubble or tear when removed. However, several of the items on the list are designed to be removable.
If you are interested in one of these items but want to make sure it can be removed without damage, you might try installing it using Command strips or acrylic mounting tape instead of just the adhesive it comes with.
Let's jump in. Use the table of contents below to hop down to the items that most interest you.
Adhesive Products for RV Bathrooms
Toilet Paper Holder
These adhesive razor holders can also be used for hanging your keys, wristwatch, phone charger, and other small items.
Wire Caddies & Racks
These adhesive wire caddies can be used just about anywhere: on the wall, on a cabinet door, on a kitchen backsplash, on a window or mirror, even in the shower!
Toilet Brush Holder
Anything you can get off the floor of your RV means less to pack up for travel. This toilet brush and holder set sticks on the wall next to the toilet where it is conveniently handy for using.
Hair Dryer Holder
This removable holder from Command brand seems like it would come in really handy for someone who uses a hair dryer or straightener daily.
Typically used in a shower, but these corner racks can really be used in any corner: in the kitchen holding spices and condiments, in the living room holding plants or decor, behind the bathroom sink, next to the bed, and more. You could even spray paint them to be whatever color you wanted.
I like the clean, modern look of these Command brand wall-mounted caddies. They can be used with or without the white plastic insert, and they are designed to be removable with no damage to the wall.
Adhesive Towel Bar
This adhesive towel bar comes in multiple lengths.
In addition to using it for towels, you could also hang utensils, buckets, or baskets from it with S hooks, like this:
Under Cabinet Drawer
Even though they're designed to stick to the bottom of a desk, I think a few of these adhesive under-table drawers would come in really handy stuck to the bottom of a bathroom cabinet, where you could use them to store small items such as Q-tips, bobby pins, pony tail holders, nail clippers, etc.
Adhesive Products for RV Kitchens
Paper Towel Holder
This adhesive paper towel bar comes in a variety of finishes and can be installed horizontally or vertically…under a cabinet, on the side of a cabinet, on the back of a cabinet door…wherever you need to be able to grab a paper towel!
I'm including these adhesive spice clips on the list because they are very popular and have so many positive reviews. However, they do have some negative reviews as well, so I would recommend reading reviews from both sides before deciding to purchase. If you have trouble with them falling down, you could maybe try using a heavy duty mounting tape or Velcro to hold them up.
Under Cabinet Utensil Hanger
This rotating adhesive hanger can be stuck to your backsplash (it bends) or under a cabinet for hanging utensils in your RV kitchen. Heads up: This product doesn't yet have any reviews, but it's also not very expensive so I think it's worth a try.
Magnetic Knife Holder
Store your kitchen knives on your backsplash with this adhesive magnetic knife holder.
When I first saw this banana hook, I thought, no way that would ever hold! But it sure has a lot of five star reviews! It comes in black, white, chrome, green, or yellow. While it can be hung with only adhesive, it also comes with small screws you can use for reinforcement.
These adhesive acrylic caddies come in lots of different shapes and sizes and have all kinds of uses. I have personally had one stuck to the back of the cabinet door under my kitchen sink in every home I've lived in ever since I found out about them. The adhesive is super strong! One stuck to the back of a cabinet or pantry door would make a great place to store sauce or seasoning packets.
For Other Areas of the RV
Manufactured by Camco, this adhesive caddy is made to match the original wood in many RV's; however, it could probably be sanded and stained or painted to match any decor.
Keep your remote controls organized on the wall next to your couch or recliner with this multi-section caddy.
This adhesive ceiling hanger would be perfect for hanging a macrame plant hanger or air plants from the ceiling of your RV without having to drill through the ceiling. I would stick to small plants as the weight limit is about 2 pounds.
If you prefer adhesive hooks that are easy to remove, this one would look a little nicer on the wall than your typical white plastic Command hook but still has the removable Command strips.
Adhesive Hook Racks
I would definitely use acrylic mounting tape to hang the adhesive racks shown below if you are planning to remove them at some point; something tells me that once these things are stuck they're not going anywhere.
Stick a puck light in a dark closet, cabinet, or shelf. I will warn you that if you intend to use them for hours each day, you will go through AAA batteries pretty quickly. I added some above my stove in my kitchen but they burn out too quickly for regular use. They are nice to have on hand for emergencies and occasional use, though.
This LED light strip could go under a cabinet, along the top of a slide, or over a desk.
Sometimes you just need a basic shelf. Maybe a place to set your glasses at night, or a display shelf for decor adhered with museum putty.
Mirror with Hooks
This cute mirror would make a perfect key rack for a quick look on the way out the door. Just be sure to read the dimensions carefully so you're not expecting it to be bigger than it is!
Broom and Mop Holders
For a broom or mop holder that is designed to be removable, the Command brand once again seems to be the best bet.
If you're not worried about later removal, or you're sticking them to something less likely to be damaged (for example, aluminum beams inside your storage bay area), these seem like a great value:
I shared a picture of a similar (but longer) version of this pretty adhesive rack in my article about ideas for RV jewelry storage, but this one is just about as inexpensive as it would cost to make unless you were to use secondhand materials.
Retractable Clothes Line
Not intended for permanent storage of lots of heavy clothes, but this seems like it would be really handy for hanging a few lightweight items (bathing suits, maybe?) to dry in the shower.
Did you enjoy this list? If so, you'll enjoy these other articles I've written:
The Coolest RV Kitchen Gadgets & Accessories
Save Space in Your RV Kitchen with a Mason Jar
Ways to Make Coffee That Don't Take Up Much Space
Nifty Gadgets You'll Want for Organizing Your Camper
Collapsible Items to Help You Save Space in Your RV
Also be sure to check out my RV Organization Resource Library!