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Old 07-20-2020, 12:23 PM   #1
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Our little shower room had only a tiny rail to attach at curtain to, so I removed it and added this curtain rail thingie... it's a bendable rail you add rolling clips to and so I can use a regular curtain and it wraps around the entire shower room a little more than just the doorway.

Added some velcro straps to keep the curtain back when not in use. It tucks away behind the toilet.

Still working on the outside shower stall... that's coming soon.
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I like this! It probably makes drying the shower a lot easier.
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So...where did you purchase this? Thanks!
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So...where did you purchase this? Thanks!
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

You need something really sharp to cut it down to size. The "railing" is bendable so it can be bent into any shape you want.
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Added some velcro straps to keep the curtain back when not in use. It tucks away behind the toilet.

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Velcro! It was too easy. I wish id thought of it! thanks! 😃
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Velcro! It was too easy. I wish id thought of it! thanks! 😃
I screwed them into the wall, so they hold the curtain back.
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