Fabric shower curtains – As a minimum, your shower has a shower liner, which acts as a barrier to keep water inside the tub or shower. Decorative fabric shower curtains traditional open in the middle, with a fabric panel located at each side of the stall or tub. Fabric curtains are installed outside the normal shower liner and often have tiebacks on either side to keep the curtain open. Fabric shower curtains are decorative accents; since they are not waterproof, they should not be used alone.
Using a fabric shower curtains with a liner, Insert shower rings or hooks through the holes or grommets along the top edge of shower liner. Place the hooks / dial using an expandable shower curtain rod. Straddle tub or stall, as you stand in the area where you want to install shower curtain liner. Hold the rod with the liner secured over your head between the two walls or sides of the shower / bath or shower.
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Move the rod in position, so that the liner is at least 4 inches below the top edge or the vessel is about 4 inches above the floor. Turn the lever until it refuses to move. Insert shower rings or hooks in the holes or grommets along the top edge of the fabric shower curtains. Some fabric curtains have sewn on the screen edges to accent. Push the hooks / rings over the remaining extended shower curtain rod. Hold the rod and curtain over your head. Place the rod about 3 inches in front of the shower liner rod and at least 2 inches above the shower liner rod. The fabric shower curtains should hide rod shower liner.