Enclose a built-in tub with a shower curtain with the Corner Shower Curtain Rod. This L-Shaped shower rod includes one ceiling support and extra-large wall flanges for a secure installation.
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- Rod may be cut to desired lengths.
- Chrome, Polished Brass, Brushed Nickel and Oil Rubbed Bronze rods are plated over solid brass material.
- Aluminum rods are made of durable aluminum.
- Includes one 36" ceiling support which may be cut to needed length.
- Brass rods include rectangular Jumbo Rod Flanges and mounting hardware.
- Aluminum rods include round flanges and mounting hardware.
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Corner curtain rodI ordered the Corner curtain rod in brushed nickel it is very nice. I was happy to find this rod to go with my 1950's corner bathtub. I love it, easy to install and easy to cut if too long.
looks greatIt looks good and if attached firmly to the walls on either end of the L-shape, it's pretty sturdy. The rod was easy to install except for determining the length of the ceiling support, which needs to be pretty accurate. I am missing two set screws and will write separately to Signature for them. Their service is good and I expect they will be here soon.
great rodThis is an attractive rod, very easy to cut and install.
Great rodThis rod is very good looking (we got chrome) and very sturdy. My husband and I found it easy to install. We had no trouble with the set screw mentioned by the previous review. This rod replaces an old one we had that was wobbly and thin. What a difference this one is!
shower rodthe rod is working for where I need it..looks good and it was the easiest part of our bathroom remodeling project..thank you.
Shower RodsThe rods are very nice and install well. I personally installed 60 of these rods in a hotel remodel. The only problem is the set screw on the ring that holds the down rod to the curtain rod. The threads in the ring do not hold the screw to secure it to the rod. I used minimal pressure to set the screw to the rod and the screw quickly stripped out the threads when any pressure was applied. You cannot stop the ring from sliding along the curtain rod making it difficult to keep the down rod plumb.
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