Fluted Brass Curtain Rod – If smooth and sleek is what you fancy in curtain rods, there is no greater curtain pole than the usual magnetic one; should you have no one handy to assist hammer or twist in brackets, the magnetic pole should be your selection. It’s a no-fuss option and it is perfect if you have metal doors or window frames, as you can put it up it without interfering with the setup.
Individuals who have had no curtains because they have steel doors and doors that are too difficult to drill through now have an option. What’s more, no tools are needed and the work can be completed in the wink of an eye. It is very simple to put in a magnetic curtain pole.
You could choose a single or double pole and these can be needed in any of 3 finishes, brass, beige or white. When you say ‘yes’ into a magnetic curtain pole, it is the easiest thing to remove or install, when you would like a reversal of curtains or you have to launder them. Goodbye to screws, bolts and arduous drilling.
Magnetic rods are so sturdily built and have such powerful magnets to hold the brackets in place they can keep the burden of the heaviest of curtains, even canvas ones. They are flexible and come in a range of sizes, and cost upwards of $20. The kit carries self-adhesive strips so you can use the pole on another smooth surface such as wood, aluminum or even fiberglass.
Decorative magnetic curtain sticks are the most recent offering in curtain sticks. The brackets and finials are stylish in design. These sticks have been slam-tested to protect against slipping out of their moorings. The magnets were created so as not to scratch the surface and the diameter pole is stronger for its lock-seam construction. If up-to-date is what you would like to be, go for magnetic curtain rods. There is a wide range to select from, to match any curtain pole needs.