shower curtain

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Noun1.shower curtain - a curtain that keeps water from splashing out of the shower areashower curtain - a curtain that keeps water from splashing out of the shower area
curtain, drape, drapery, pall, mantle - hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
shower bath, shower stall - booth for washing yourself, usually in a bathroom
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com)-- CSI Bathware, a division of Component Sourcing International, proudly donated over 500 dual function grab bars and commercial-grade shower curtains in advance of Veteran's Day celebrations to Purple Heart Homes.
Woven cotton, cotton blends and drapery-weight fabrics are all suitable for shower curtains.
Change your Shower Curtain -- at present, there is a wide range of stylish shower curtains to choose from.
Contract notice: Provision of Disposable Curtains, Shower Curtains and associated service.
ON SHOWER CURTAINS Treat mildew stains on shower curtains with a weak solution of bleach and water mixed up in a plastic bottle.
I notice you mentioned a company that specialises in high-end shower curtains a few weeks ago and while I'm after something of good quality, the designs were a bit too prim and proper for my liking.
CLEANING YOUR SHOWER CURTAIN Shower curtains can easily gather soap and scum but are very easy to clean.
Rather than throwing out shower curtains when they're no longer fit for the shower, try one of these reuses:
Choose natural materials and polyvinyl chloride--free plastics instead of plastic shower curtains or tub/shower mats; they often contain PVC plastic, which can release carcinogenic phthalates.
This program encompasses bath towels, shower curtains, bath rugs and accessories featuring Olson's sophisticated yet accessible designs.
There are many shower curtains out there with some lovely modern and traditional designs.
Traditional shower curtains allow water to leak out the bottom of stalls with no barrier, thus raising the risk of slips and falls for both residents and staff.