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Old 01-08-2014, 08:44 PM   #1
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Pleasure Way Excel TS curtains

Has anybody had trouble with these snaps coming unsnapped every time you open and shut the curtains ? I'm afraid of buying new sliding clips that they will do the same thing.

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Our curtain snaps do the same thing and are frustrating. Don't believe new ones will be any different.
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Well I broke down and bought new snap carriers. They didn't cost that much, they seem just slightly tighter but if the problems continue I'm going to glue the carrier to the snap.
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Ok, I gave up and bought some super-duper adhesive from Lowes and glued the carrier to the curtain.

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