How to Hang a Shower Curtain


What's worse than stepping out of the shower after drying off only to find you've landed in a huge puddle of water? Hanging a shower curtain will not only give you privacy while in the shower, it will keep the water from splashing out onto the bathroom floor.

Things You'll Need

  • Shower curtain
  • Shower curtain liner
  • Shower curtain rings
  • Shower curtain rod
  • Take your purchased shower curtain out of the package and lay it out flat on the floor.

  • Lay out the shower curtain liner and place the wrong side of the shower curtain on top of the liner.

  • Line up the holes at the top of the shower curtain with those at the top of the liner.

  • Insert the shower curtain rings through the holes of the liner and the shower curtain.

  • Place the shower curtain rod through each ring.

  • Follow the manufacturer's instructions for installing the shower curtain rod.

  • Insert the liner into the bathtub and position the curtain in the desired location.

Tips & Warnings

  • Shower curtain liners can be hung on a separate rod if needed. Most home improvement stores carry double or traverse rods.
  • While a decorative shower curtain ring may look great with your bathroom decor, the most practical and easiest to maneuver are the plain plastic rings that you can clamp together after inserting through the shower curtain loops.

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