Cleaning your shower curtain is one of the most important steps you can take to save money and make your home more inviting.
But when cleaning up your shower curtains, you may also need to make sure that they’re not too long or too thin.
We spoke with a few experts to find out what to look for and what you should consider before you buy a shower curtain.
If you have a very large shower curtain (over 10ft x 10ft) and it’s too long to reach into your shower, don’t worry, there’s a solution.
If your shower is too big for you to get to, you can buy a longer curtain, and this can make it more manageable to reach in your shower.
We’re talking about the longer curtain for the more comfortable, thinner curtain.
To make it easier to reach the shower, we also recommend buying the longer, more flexible curtain, which you can find at any furniture store.
The shorter curtain you buy can be made to fit your size and shape.
This is a good option if you’re trying to make it easy for yourself to reach your shower without having to pull it out.
But you should also be careful with the length of the curtain, as you can stretch it, making it too long for your shower to reach.
If there’s not enough space in your bathroom, you might consider buying a longer, thinner shower curtain with a narrower diameter, as it’ll make the shower reach more easily.
If that’s not the solution for you, you could always use a smaller curtain.
This will keep your shower more accessible and the shower curtain can be longer for easier access.
There are also other ways to add height to your shower by making a showerhead taller than the rest of the shower.
This could be useful if you have access to a longer shower curtain and want to make the space less crowded, but you’re also short of space in the shower to get in.
If these options are not working for you and you want to find a more comfortable solution, we recommend buying a shower hood that comes with a shower head that’s narrower than the curtain.
This makes it easier for you reach the other side of your shower with a less awkward angle.
But it’s important to remember that not all curtain options are created equal.
You’ll have to try several options before you find one that suits your needs.
For more shower curtain advice, read our guide to buying the right shower curtain