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    Cool Mounting a Tony Miller strop

    Hey everyone/Tony,
    It's Mike again just got a new Tony Miller strop for Christmas I know it comes with the swivle attached at the end but what are you guys using to attach it to the wall or cabinet or what? And what are you attaching your strops to??? Thanks for the help guys.


    Mike

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    I got a hook that supposed to hang things from the ceiling and put it on the wall opposite my sink in the bathroom. It's a decorative hook, came with hardware to install it into plaster or wood and does a good job. Best of all = $1.92.

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    where did you get it from and what is it called exactly?

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    I got it from a local hardware store and it's called a swag hook.

    http://www.lowes.com/lowes/lkn?actio...00L&lpage=none

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    A loop of string around the top hardware will let you hang it wherever there is a piece of wall mounted hardware, towel rack door knob or anything else you might wish to.

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    An el-cheapo flowerpot hook that was already in the wall. I'll probably work something else out for the bathroom as it's finally up and running lol.

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    I zip tie, cinched enough to make a loop around a door knob. Attach clip to zip tie. Done. Plus, you can sit in your comfy office chair while stropping

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    I use a simple auto radiator hose clamp attached to the doorknob. I can loosen or tighten it. Works like a champ!

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    I use a short length of parachute cord around the doorknob. Duct tape works well too.

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    A Tony Miller strop should hang on a gold hook surrounded by a suitable frame.

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