Shower. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 07:18:28 AM
Hemp (a thick plant fiber) is yet another variety of natural material used to make shower curtains. One of its many advantages is that it is as mildew-resistant as vinyl; and as environment-friendly as cotton. Hemp naturally has antifungal and antibacterial properties, and hence, does not mildew easily. However, the only side effect of hemp is that it requires longer time to dry. Due to its absorbent properties, it tends to absorb water, and hence, needs extended drying.
These are the basics of purchasing a clawfoot tub shower curtain. A lot of people make their own, because they fail to find what they are looking for. This again is a challenging task, because you have to take the correct measurements, find the right fabric, and put the entire curtain together yourself. Unless you are a skilled person, do not try it yourself. The process is only likely to lead to wastage of fabric, and your time.
A clawfoot tub only spells elegance with its wonderful, classic style and shape. While it has always been used for baths, a lot of people are now adding showers to it in order to be able to make it serve a dual purpose. While a bath does not necessarily require a shower curtain, a shower definitely does. In an open tub like a clawfoot tub, having a shower curtain becomes more important, because it is likely that water will be spilled out from all directions. Knowing how to pick a clawfoot tub shower curtain then becomes necessary. Here, we give you tips on picking out the right curtain, with some ideas on using these.
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