This led me to come up with this handy little piece that I thought I would share. It is simple, versatile and can be adapted to a variety of bottles or situations as required.
This instructable will also allow me to refer to this in future instructables, rather than describe in detail on some off topic tangent each time I use one, thus preserving their linear progression.... hope that makes sense.
Ps...If rust would be an issue over time, use coated wire or something else.
Step 1: What You Need
1 ea 2 Litre Pop Bottle
Fasteners as req'd
1 ea 4" Ring Clamp (optional)
Step 2: Straighten Hanger
Cut twisty ends off if necessary.
Step 7: Variations
You can build in variable height adjustment, which I did in my first model, which we will return to in the next step. In future work, I would pursue one piece construction which offers both strength and versatility.
Here's a couple of examples...
Step 8: Mounting
Determine the screw/washer/ring clamp height and mark.
Cut a groove, not deeper than the diameter of the wire, down the vertical line, a couple of inches above and below the screw mark. This provides vertical stability for the hanger as well as a groove to slide in for height adjustment.
Now, place the screw through the washer and the ring clamp and into it's marked hole, while pinning the straight length of wire into the groove as shown. Now, say that 5 times fast.
Insert inverted bottle through ring and lock into place by snapping the neck of the bottle into the wire "C"
Fill with whatever your little heart desires... and please ignore the fact that these ones ARE located in the bathroom while your little heart ponders the options......