Do you touch yourevery morning while you're just trying to get clean? It's one of the big I-don't-know-why-it-happens-but-I-hate-it-pet-annoys. Even scientists do not know why it happens.
One theory is that temperature differences inside and outside thereduce the air pressure around the curtain and suck it towards the water. Another is that the shower jet creates a vortex with lower air pressure in the middle pulling the curtain towards it.
No matter what gets your shower curtain blown past you, there are a few ways to keep it where it needs to be.
Buy a Weighted Curtain . Most department stores carry shower curtains with weights on the floor to keep them from wandering around.
Modernize your curtain liner. Lightweight, inexpensive shower curtain liners are more for blowing in than thicker versions. Pay attention to a heavy liner when shopping.
Install a curved shower curtain rod. A curved stick keeps the curtain farther from the water so that it can not be pulled in so easily.
Take a Suction Cup and a Binder Clip . If you do not have a bath around your shower to attach magnets, try suction cups.
Attach a suction cup to your shower screen on each side of the shower hole. You can get packs with suction cups in hardware stores. Now clip the paper clips to the shower curtain near the suction cup.
After going into the shower, press the wire loop of the binder clip around the knob of the suction cup to secure the curtain.
Try Magnets . My favorite speed is to buy some strong magnets from the craft store and use them to hang the curtain on the metal tub when you shower.
Many shower curtains also have built-in magnets.
Before you drive to magnet or a magnetic shower curtain, make sure that your tub contains metal by using a refrigerator magnet. Some tubs are made of fiberglass or plastic and magnets are useless for them.
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