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dh500

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Posted: 06/22/11 10:13am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm trying to solve the problem of the wet, clingy shower curtain in the corner shower in our Jayco X23B. The hula hoop fix sounds promising, but I have no idea how people are attaching them. I'd be interested in any suggestions you all have. Thanks.

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You don't attach them - you just keep moving your hips.

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Try getting some of the 3M sticky hooks and stick the hoop ends over the hook.


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Don't know about attaching it but DW used a old umbrella hung upside down and attached the curtain to the "tips". Of course this was years ago,outside and hung from a tree. Just a thought.


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Stop by a place like Fred's or Wally and pick up a curved shower rod. Quick, and easy.


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Posted: 06/22/11 12:01pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Terryallan wrote:

Stop by a place like Fred's or Wally and pick up a curved shower rod. Quick, and easy.


The floorplan doesn't allow a curved shower rod. I've considered a new ceiling mounted track for the shower curtain, but it would hang in the way of the toilet.

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One of the mods involves using a automtive flush tee at both shower wall ends, running a screw thru the top of the tee into the wall and then hooking the hoop end over the top. Some folks have also used the swim noodles.


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Do a Google search for "L" shaped shower rods. I put one in my Kiwi 23B & it works great. So much more room to move.

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Sirarchie wrote:

Do a Google search for "L" shaped shower rods. I put one in my Kiwi 23B & it works great. So much more room to move.


How did you attach it? Did it ever come off? Pictures?


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Posted: 06/24/11 06:45am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I've never heard of the hula-hoop remedy, but it sounds like you may not even need any attachments.
The weight of the existing curtain might provide enough force and friction to keep it positioned on the wall at your desired height.

This is just a guess, but I may try this myself.

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