Glacier Bay

Model HD14007

Internet #205699585

Store SKU #1001223727

72 in. Carbon Steel Minimal Tension Shower Rod in White

$13.98 / each
If you buy 3 or more
$12.58 / each

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This Glacier Bay straight shower curtain rod is perfect for those looking for a clean look. The twist and lock tension feature is easy to install. This rod is made of rust resistant metal and built to last.

  • White finish offers a clean look
  • Tension twist and lock design
  • Adjustable length 41 in. - 72 in.
  • 1 in. rod diameter fits most hooks
  • Rust resistant
  • No tools required

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Stupid question how do I put this up? I get it up and if I put any weight like putting the curtain on it falls. help

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I'm not sure I own the exact same thing; but there is some sort of screw mechanism inside mine. When you turn one of the two sections you can extend or shorten the rod... You can continue to tighten it to fit after you have it in place so it is pressing tighter to each wall. In my experience you want to avoid really pulling downward on the shower curtain, though, as it can all come down on your head. Read More
I'm not sure I own the exact same thing; but there is some sort of screw mechanism inside mine. When you turn one of the two sections you can extend or shorten the rod... You can continue to tighten it to fit after you have it in place so it is pressing tighter to each wall. In my experience you want to avoid really pulling downward on the shower curtain, though, as it can all come down on your head. Regular use is fine - stays put for months/ years. Read Less
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Usually you extend it out enough that it is wedged between the two walls
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Absolute Junk Bought two in store. One came with broken end cap, the other wouldn't generate enough tension (in a 54" opening) to hold up the curtain. DO NOT BUY THIS ITEM! May 16, 2015
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