Shower curtain ideas

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  • baser999
    baser999 Posts: 1,134 Forumite
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    FreeBear said:
    grumbler said:
    baser999 said:
    Personally don’t like a curtain, too clingy. Thought about a glass screen? 

    Personally, I don't like screens. Leaks, scale, mould, dirt in corners ...
    And when they shatter (assuming toughened glass), the mess gets everywhere and is a real pain to clear up.

    FreeBear said:
    grumbler said:
    baser999 said:
    Personally don’t like a curtain, too clingy. Thought about a glass screen? 

    Personally, I don't like screens. Leaks, scale, mould, dirt in corners ...
    And when they shatter (assuming toughened glass), the mess gets everywhere and is a real pain to clear up.

    Not sure what you’d need to be doing to shatter a shower screen 🤔 Much easy to keep clean, just use a shower cleaner spray after every time you’ve had a shower.
    And as for fitting, it’ll sit along the edge of the bath so you need very little available 
  • Ganga
    Ganga Posts: 4,152 Forumite
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    We used to have a shower curtain next to the bath which worked perfectly till my wife hung all the holiday washing on it to dry ,came crashing down and could never get it to fit as good again ,bought one on amazon ,made by Vailge ,cost £19.99 and had two rubber feet on the ends ,never moved again even with all the holidays clothes hung on it,sorry cannot post the link but would recommend it 100% ,we took it down to fit a walk in shower and cannot remember where i put it as i am one of those people who never chuck anthing away :)
    ITS NOT EASY TO GET EVERYTHING WRONG ,I HAVE TO WORK HARD TO DO IT!
  • danrv
    danrv Posts: 1,435 Forumite
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    edited 19 November 2023 at 7:09PM
    Thanks for the replies.
    Have gone for a B&Q shower curtain and a Croydex twist tighten rail from Toolstation for now. Quick and cheap to be getting on with.



  • Eldi_Dos
    Eldi_Dos Posts: 1,610 Forumite
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    That pull cord looks like a big red flag to me.
  • danrv
    danrv Posts: 1,435 Forumite
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    Eldi_Dos said:
    That pull cord looks like a big red flag to me.
    It's wired fine. Just hanging on the 6mm cables. Will replace soon with a Crabtree 50a isolation switch/pull chord.
  • Eldi_Dos
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    I was thinking of the location as well, particularly if you detach shower head to do any rinsing.
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