Monday, January 11, 2010

Hookless Shower Curtains - 3rd best invention ever


I splurged and bought something the other day, it wasn't on sale and there was no coupon involved. It's something I've wanted ever since we took our vacation to Myrtle Beach last April and I fell in love. Fell in love with the Hookless shower curtain that was in the bathroom at the resort. My next step is getting a curved shower rod and then I will be all set. But I really don't need a curved shower rod BUT my old shower rod is looking kinda dingy compared to my new wonderful Hookless shower curtain so I will probably get one eventually.

If you don't know what a Hookless Shower Curtain is - click here and be prepared to change your life (if your life involves dealing with those stupid shower curtain rings or hooks every time you need to take your shower curtain down to wash it.) That was a job I hated doing.

I checked Bed Bath & Beyond and they didn't have them - shocking considering they are named Bed Bath *AND* Beyond. The clerk didn't even have a clue as to what I was talking about. Target doesn't have them either. The one I bought came from Walmart.

Well enough about shower curtains. I haven't talked about my great buys from Saturday. I will try to take a pic tomorrow. Today I went to CVS for their 90% off Christmas stuff and stocked up on tissue paper - great for wrapping ebay stuff and I also bought some other stuff. Pics to follow.

p.s. Of course the best invention ever is #1 Yardsales and then closely followed by #2 Slice Bread (but bread comes in #1 in the best food category).

6 comments:

Regina said...

I LOVE my curved shower curtain. I've also seen the hookless shower curtain at many hotels recently. Must be a trend. I'll have to check out Walmart to see what they have in stock.

Frugal Finds said...

I really need to get one of the curved shower rods and I love the ringless curtin! I think my kids bathroom could be in for a summer redo!!

ZDub said...

I wish we had shower curtains because I HATE cleaning shower doors.

I mean, I hate cleaning anything, but mostly shower doors.

Those curtains look cool.

Shower Curtains said...

Great post, hookless shower curtains are certainly easier to assemble and allow people to make changes to their bathroom appearance in an easy fashion. Thanks for the tips!

Anonymous said...

I just bought a hookless shower curtain at WalMart, and it is the flimsiest, cheaply made shower curtain I have ever owned. Just a tad stronger than Saran wrap. I love the hookless idea, but I guess I am going to have to look for one that will last.

Shower Doors said...

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