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Tension holds up curved shower rod

  • Moen has introduced a curved shower rod that's tension-mounted, so there's no need to drill holes in your walls.

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    Moen has introduced a curved shower rod that's tension-mounted, so there's no need to drill holes in your walls.

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  • Moen has introduced a curved shower rod that's tension-mounted, so there's no need to drill holes in your walls.

    MCT

    Moen has introduced a curved shower rod that's tension-mounted, so there's no need to drill holes in your walls.

Moen has introduced a curved shower rod that's tension-mounted, so there's no need to drill holes in your walls.
The shower curtain rod bows outward, adding up to 5 1/2 inches of space in a shower. It installs in most bathrooms in minutes without the need for special tools.
The stainless steel rod resists corrosion and comes in chrome, brushed nickel and oil-rubbed bronze finishes. It can adjust from 57- to 60-inches long.
The rod is expected to be available this month at Lowe's stores in our area. The suggested retail price is $39.98.
Mary Beth Breckenridge
Akron Beacon Journal
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