Reviewed by HoneyJo Bonhomie from Warsaw, Indiana on Tuesday, May 27, 2014
I find this to be a beautiful, simple, elegant shower curtain. I was somewhat concerned about buying a canvas curtain; would it be tent-like material? No. That has a different finish on it. This cotton is not nearly that heavy. Maybe twice the thickness of a sheet for a bed. It's thick enough ...
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Reviewed by Camping Friend from Layton, Utah on Friday, February 6, 2015
My wife and I recently bought a 1988 class C motorhome that is in good shape for it's age. The cheap plastic shower curtain was barely hanging from old style metal hooks. I wanted an upgrade from what was left of the shower curtain, but also wanted something that could be washed in the washer. My wife had the final say. STP had what we wanted. We installed the new shower curtain and used the new shower curtain hooks we purchased from STP. Surprisingly the shower curtain fit the small shower.
Reviewed by VaLady from Virginia on Tuesday, January 6, 2015
First off, there is always the chance that these sets differ from each other so no guaranty that mine is exactly the same but I imagine from what I've read that it is. I used this for an average width shower stall and found it to be fine. The curtain is a nice material and the liner is a good quality heavy liner. As far as the length issue goes... the liner seems to be a completely normal length liner. It falls right to the inside floor of my shower stall where it should. The fabric curtain appears to be a good five or six inches longer though (looking at the photo for this item it seems the design could be more for a raised tub where the curtain needs to be longer to reach the floor). The look this gives me is the bunched-fabric-on-the-floor curtain which I've decided is kind of interesting and I like now since it doesn't really get in the way. The other issue is with the holes in the top of the curtain. There are definitely not enough in the liner. My solution was to simply skip a few hooks with the liner when hanging it up - not a problem with a shower stall but might be an issue with a tub. As far as punching out the holes in the liner, they don't snap through super easy but if you make sure you're hitting the right spot it's not difficult. Last thing - throw away the plastic loops that come with it unless you can think of some other creative use for them.
Reviewed by ali in Maine from Maine on Thursday, October 23, 2014
narrow canvas curtain seems to be O.K. It is generous in length for tall stall showers.
Curtain is not wide enough for a generous sized tub. But fine in a shower.
Liner and rings are plastic and not attractive.
Reviewed by Melissa J from Kansas on Wednesday, October 22, 2014
I purchased 3 of these shower curtains to use the fabric as curtains. I understand there was an issue with the liner but that was no concern of mine. My sister had purchased this product for the same reason and suggested that I do also. I am very pleased that the hardest part was putting in the curtain rods.
Reviewed by lovesmesomeSTP from Oregon on Tuesday, September 23, 2014
This would be OK, but the liner does not line up with the curtain (where hooks go), may as well get a different liner if you order this. Also, the curtain super long, but the liner super short, so have fun trying to hang it back up in a place where the liner will be long enough to go past top of the tub while keeping the curtain from hitting the floor.
As one of the other reviewers wrote, the liner IS shorter and narrower than the curtain. The liner is probably five and a half feet tall, and the liner is also three (hanging) holes narrower than the curtain.
Answered on 7/15/2014 6:02:33 PM by HoneyJo Bonhomie from Warsaw, Indiana