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Old 02-06-2015, 08:18 PM   #1
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Budget Front Curtains

For those budget conscious individuals, who need front curtains.
My wife came up with a good idea, and ode red the stuff, and I took care of the design, and making it work
She ordered 3 heavy duty shower curtains in a light brown, of course any color but clear works.
They are advantages to the shower curtain, we have 21 bucks in them,
19.00 for the curtains from Amazon, plus 2.00 for zip ties from Harbor Freight.
They will not mold, mildew, or stain from condensation on the windshield, because they are vinyl, and made be in a wet area.

I did have to order new slider thingy's to hang them from, because old curtain sliders were dry, brittle, and the design of the old ones was junk.

A couple of things.
I used zip ties because the pleated curtain hooks do not stay in, and the shower curtain rings are too big, and will bind
Zip ties do not come loose, or fall off., and I can get 100 for 1.99, which is a lot less than shower rings
The zip ties need to be used a certain way to give a cleaner look.
clip off the excess zip tie material

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Old 02-06-2015, 08:40 PM   #2
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nice idea
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