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Old 05-04-2017, 04:12 PM   #1
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Roll up or collapsable bathroom shower curtain

I thought a read somewhere that there is a roll up shower curtain. Has anyone used one and where to get it, or can you recommend any style that improves the traditional hanging curtain?

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Old 05-05-2017, 10:02 AM   #2
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That would be very useful. But a roll-up curtain would have to be completely dry before rolling up. Otherwise, you'll have a moldy mess.
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Old 05-05-2017, 10:45 AM   #3
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Shower curtain

Intriguing idea....personally I use a polyester shower curtain. I find that it dries quickly and then I simply tuck it behind the vertical pipe after sliding it to the side. I hate plastic shower curtains, they stick to wet persons. Plus I can toss my polyester curtain in the wash with the towels when needed!
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I just knot ours and it hangs out of the way. Almost looks decorative that way.
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I suggest that you, or a friend who sews, make a simple "tie-back". Use a 1'' or larger width of strap with Velcro on the ends and sewn to one side of the curtain. Simply pull the curtain to the side and wrap the "tie-back" around it. You can also make the "tie-back" from fabric (synthetic is preferable). If your curtain is too wide or too long, you can cut fabric from your curtain side or bottom to use for the "tie back" and re-finish the edge of the curtain. Shower curtains come in some great prints especially with the "lodge look" such as this one from Walmart. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Bacova-Gu...Olive/34208712
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Old 05-06-2017, 04:38 PM   #6
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I sew, a lot and didn't feel like cutting and sewing our shower curtain as it's too wide. I folded it in half and hung it that way doubling up the curtain hanger holes on the curtain hangers. Then I tied it in a knot like you see on some window curtains. No sewing. Out of the way until needed. Easy, peasy.
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