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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JerseyMike Home Depot's Product Photo Does Not Do This Item Justice!
What does a "guy" know or care about a shower curtain and shower liner combination--other than to keep the water inside of the tub area?! I lacked knowledge to such a degree that I had the fabric shower "curtain" placed toward the inside of the tub and the vinyl liner placed facing outside. Also, I placed "both" of these items "inside" of the tub. Well, my shower curtain (after some 3-1/2 years) turned a little black from mildew on its lower edge so I had to replace it. This particular shower curtain is a little pricey and for that reason, I "was" going to purchase the one that sells for half of the price of this one. While in store, I could see how thoughtful it was of the product manufacturer(s) to affix a sample of the fabric material of each shower curtain to the products' packaging. This fabric material is a true "heavy" weight!--in a good sense. Also, the pattern is some kind of raised design and it looks real rich and special--like crochet! Today, I learned what probably most other people know about the configuration of the shower curtain and the shower liner--the "liner" rests inside of the tub with the tub occupying space between the liner and this shower curtain. What a difference this shower curtain makes in my bathroom. When installing both the liner and the curtain, try to place the "rough" sides of the hems facing one another for aesthetic reasons--at least, that would be "my" suggestion.
February 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ace Great looking curtain.
Very nice looking curtain with a waffled style pattern.
December 8, 2015