By Elisabeth Bonnet. Curtains. Published at Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 - 09:03:22 AM.
To find the correct size, measure the width of your shower rod or circumference of the track for free-standing clawfoot tubs and showers. Add 12 inches to the measurement to prevent leaks along the edges. To find the best length, measure from the bottom of the shower curtain rod to the top of the tub or the floor of the shower. For a tub and shower combo, add 4 inches to the length so that the liner will fall inside the tub to prevent water leakage.
You finally have the bathroom of your dreams and it includes a huge walk-in shower or a clawfoot tub and shower fixture. Now, where are you going to find a shower curtain liner large enough to fit the space properly? Fortunately, there is N&Y Home Extra Wide Shower Curtain Liner to come to the rescue.
Having a mildew resistant and antibacterial shower curtain liner will help stem the growth and give you one less thing to scrub frequently. Made from PEVA, the LiBa shower liner is non-toxic, chlorine-free, and does not release harmful fumes. Each liner is treated with a mildew inhibitor that lasts four times longer than other mildew resistant liners.
Fabric is an essential part of choosing curtains, since the material will dictate how well your curtains function and hold up over time.
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