Curved Shower Curtain Rod Satin Nickel – If smooth and glossy is what you fancy in curtain rods, there’s no greater curtain pole than the usual magnetic one; if you’ve got no one handy to help hammer or twist in brackets, the magnetic pole should be your selection. It is a no-fuss choice and it’s ideal if you have metal doors or window frames, as you can put it up it without interfering with the installation.
Individuals who have had no curtains because they have steel doors and doors which are too difficult to drill through now have an option. What’s more, no tools are required and the work can be completed in the wink of an eye. It’s quite easy to put in a magnetic curtain pole.
You could pick one or double pole and these may be needed in any of three endings, brass, beige or white. When you say ‘yes’ to a magnetic curtain pole, it’s the easiest thing to remove or install, when you would like a change of curtains or you need to launder them. Goodbye to screws, screws and arduous drilling.
Magnetic rods are so sturdily built and have such strong magnets to hold the brackets in place they can bear the weight of the heaviest of curtains, even canvas ones. The kit carries self-adhesive strips so you can use the pole on any other smooth surface such as aluminum, wood or even fiberglass.
Decorative magnetic curtain rods will be the latest offering in curtain rods. These rods are slam-tested to protect against slipping from their moorings. The magnets are designed in order to not scratch the surface and also the diameter pole is more powerful for its lock-seam structure. If up-to-date is what you would like to be, go for magnetic curtain rods. There is a broad range to choose from, to suit any curtain pole needs.