Shower Curtain Rod Won T Stay Up On Tile
A door or a shower curtain.
Shower curtain rod won t stay up on tile. First adjust your shower curtain to be a few inches longer than the shower. The walls are tile and it s a rental so i can t drill into them. Hang the shower curtain rod at an angle with one end several inches higher than you want it. The felt pads keep it from sliding futher down the tile wall.
Every few days the tension rod holding my shower curtain up was falling down. Curtain rods often fall down when used on slippery tile walls. Generally doors are used on shower stalls while curtains are used on bathtubs equipped with a shower head. This one stayed up for about a day and now it won t stay put for longer than a couple of minutes.
After a while i figured the springs must have been wearing out so i purchased a new tension rod. Slowly slide that end down until the rod is hanging straight. There are two ways that showers are enclosed. See our top shower rod picks that will stay put on cermamic tile bathroom walls.
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