Spring-loaded, or spring-tension curtain rods are a solution to brushing a less-than-perfect bathroom in a sale home up or getting your shower dab under control. These devices may also be more length-adjusted and come in various lengths, so they may be fitted to odd-sized bathing areas and rescue you from having to drill to drywall or tile to mount a durable rod. They come from 23 inches up to 74 inches. The bottom of the shower curtain should be a few inches above the bottom of the shower or tub enclosure bathers don’t step on it, so it dries nicely between showers.
Measure the width between the walls of this space in which you plan to set up the shower curtain rod.
Grab the rod together with your hands positioned on opposite surfaces of the twist stage. The positioning of the twist point will be different on products from various makers.
Hold one side firmly and twist another to either lengthen or shorten the rod until it is than the space you plan to install it.
Place the curtain rings and hook the curtain.
Place your hands on each side of the tension spring the spring, and push both sides of the rod closer to compress.
Position the rod where you would like it between both partitions and release your grip. The spring will push out against both partitions to hold the rod in place.
Compress the rod slightly to adjust the height of the curtain to your liking. The bottom border of the curtain should be far enough to allow for good drainage and low that the lip of this enclosure may hold the bottom of the curtain indoors when the shower is in use.
Till it’s level from side to side, place the level on the rod to check the rod is well aligned and compress it to fine-tune positioning.
Give a twist or two to boost the pressure from the 2 walls, ensuring that it stays securely in place to the rod.