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Old 03-06-2016, 10:53 PM   #1
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Advice needed on shower curtain remodel

I can't stand the stock shower curtain "rod" attached to the ceiling with the clip style hangers so that it is impossible to replace the shower curtain. I've seen people mention that they have remodeled their shower and put in an "L-shaped" metal curtain rod and saw a link someone posted to The Shower Authority. My question is, for those who have installed a new curtain rod, what did you do about the stock curtain hanger attached to the ceiling? Does it come off easily? Does it leave holes/marks that you have to cover up? I'm anxious to replace the shower curtain system, but don't want to leave an ugly mess behind!
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The curtain hanger is attached to the ceiling with screws and that's it,no other marks except the holes. They can be filled with a white caulk and you should hardly see them.
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The curtain hanger is attached to the ceiling with screws and that's it,no other marks except the holes. They can be filled with a white caulk and you should hardly see them.
X-2 Or buy a piece of flat white trim like they use on the seams and cover the holes.
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Great place for shower rods would be:
Shower Curtain Rods is our business - ShowerRods.com
I bought from there, great quality.
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Old 03-07-2016, 09:09 AM   #5
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Not sure what your shower looks like, but in my last camper I replaced the angled rod with a flexible one. This resulted in a bigger shower area, allowing me to take a shower w/o getting tangled up in the curtain the entire time.

As the above posters said, just a couple small holes left behind from the original mount brackets. You can fill them in with caulking or putty (although I didn't bother; you can see the holes in the 3rd pic)
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