A Simple Way To Make Your Shower Bigger
A Curved Shower Rod Creates Inches Of Space, Making Your Shower Bigger
Would you believe that for under $100 and under 5 minutes of installation time you can make your shower bigger?
This curved shower rod gives you roughly 6 inches of more space, providing extra shoulder room that feels spacious and more luxurious. Not only that, but the double rod keeps the wet shower curtain from clinging to you and helps keep water in the shower where it belongs.
Installation is also a breeze because this curved shower rod installs with no hardware. It uses tension to hold in place and with a twist of the wrist, it installs quickly and with little effort.
A shower is one of those places in your home where you can feel relaxed. Even adding a few inches to your shower can make it feel bigger and more comfortable.
How to install a Curved Shower Rod:
Step One: Measure the distance between the two end walls.
Step Two: Extend the telescoping shower rod until it is approximately the same length as the distance between the two walls.
Lock the telescoping rod in place using the Allen wrench provided. Set the unit in position and twist the two rods counterclockwise. This extends the ends, pushing them into firm contact with the walls and holding the bars firmly in place.
If you’re looking for a simple, inexpensive way to make your shower bigger, consider an easy-to-install curved shower rod with a hardware-free installation.
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