I have an over-the-door organizer in my pantry. It's about 5 feet tall and composed of three joined sections.
Problem is—since it has breaks on the vertical supports—it is wobbly. When I open the door it moves just a little bit more slowly; when I close the door it wants to keep going after latching the door. Whenever it moves, half of its contents fall off, which is undesirable.
I want to put moly bolts in the door (hollow core) and affix the rack to the door to tighten it up a bit. I've been given the go ahead only if I can be sure that I can semi-convincingly patch the holes if we remove the rack. So is this something that it's possible to do? My first instinct if it were drywall would be to just use spackle and paint it, but obviously that won't work on a woodgrain door.
Edit: Based on the implied difficulty of doing what I wanted to do I opted for command strips. Originally that wouldn't have worked as the door rack is composed of modular shelf rails like the one pictured below, ergo a very small surface area for the command straps to stick to. I wound up JB-welding a metal plate to the back of the rails to increase the applicable surface area while still allowing for the locking mechanism of the shelving space.