Curved shower curtain rod – Small bathrooms can promote a sense of privacy, but can also pose problems when taking a shower or bath. A simple way to create more space in the shower is to put a curved shower rod, which can add up to 25 percent more space in the tub. Most curved shower curtain rod will accommodate any standard curtain, so the decision to put one up even easier.
Mount bar shower and curved shower curtain rod. Instructions for individual rod assembly must be included with the hardware. Spend your shower curtain rod curve. Measure the space you are working. If the bar hangs above a bathtub, ensure that at least 6 inches hanging curtain and liner in the tub to prevent water leakage.
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Place the rod into the desired position on the wall. Using your pencil, mark slightly on both walls where the wall brackets are screwed in place. Try to make sure the rod is as level as possible. Remove the wall brackets of the curved bar and place one on the wall to which you previously marked with his pencil. Using an electric drill or a Phillips screwdriver and screws provided in the kit shower rod, attach the wall bracket to the wall. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for mounting the curved shower curtain rod in its wall brackets.