How To Keep A Shower Curtain Rod From Falling
How to keep tension rods from falling down or slipping use non slip rubber pads or felt pads non slip rubber pads such as x protector grippers will give the tension rods excellent strength by providing a foam around the rod and produce efficient non slip protection.
How to keep a shower curtain rod from falling. Hang the shower curtain rod at an angle with one end several inches higher than you want it. Dowel rods are very inexpensive. Every few days the tension rod holding my shower curtain up was falling down. The walls are tile and it s a rental so i can t drill into them.
If the walls on either side of the shower are drywall you may not be able to tighten the tension rod enough without cracking the walls. Our shower curtain rods were always falling it was a combination of having to have extra long rods due to the width of our shower and having boys that are overly aggressive with the shower curtains always the boys. Any ideas on how to make the rod stay up long enough for me a take a shower. I m not sure what the deal with lowes is but they did not have any shower curtain rod holders in the shower curtain section.
Today i wanted to share the easiest and cheapest way to keep your shower curtain rod from falling. It drove me bananas. Buy 2 closet rod holders at the hardware store attach to wall with mollies if you don t hit a stud and twist your rod to fit. Closet pole holders will keep the rod from.
The felt pads keep it from sliding futher down the tile wall. My shower curtain would fall down. You can cut it to the size needed stain and sea or paintl it with exterior grade sealer and you ll have a beautiful rod. I found these in the closet isle.
I wondered at first if the black felt pads i used would be visible but once they are compressed you can t see them at all.
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