Published at Monday, April 01st, 2019 - 18:54:23 PM. Curtains. By Manette Renaud.
One online reviewer named Bernie writes, “We recently downsized to enjoy a more simple life … My search began and, after buying four [shower curtains] that said “water repellent,” I was about to give up. Water repellent does not mean waterproof so every time I showered I had a mess to clean up outside the tub. Then I found this item … This baby isn’t “water repellent,” it’s right down waterproof! Not one drop of water came through to the other side. I immediately hung it and realized it’s not only waterproof, but it’s beautiful as well …This one curtain takes the place of two!”
Before you shop for a liner, it’s vital to measure the shower so that you will purchase the correct size. Most liners are a standard 72 inches by 72 inches. However, that size simply won’t work on larger shower stalls or in a custom designed shower and tub.
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