Interfeeling Shower Curtain Rings with Bathroom Double Glide Hooks Polished Chrome , Set of 12
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- Smooth rolling ball bearings eliminate snagging, tugging and pulling of the curtain
- Chrome plated provides a lightly brushed warm grey metallic look
- Innovative design enhance the decor of any bath with the addition of decorative shower curtain rings
- Heavy duty nickel and stainless steel construction to allow your shower curtain hooks to withstand the elements in the bathroom setting over time and use
- Sold as a set of 12 and works on most shower curtain and rod types
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In theory, it worked. In the real world application, not so much.
They do have a nice weight to them, but I imagined them being a bit heavier. In fact, when they arrived, I was surprised at how thin they looked.
It took me a while to find a "pretty" shower curtain I liked and when I did, I ironed it and put it right up—the heavy clear plastic liner on the longer, lower end of the wires, the pretty one on the higher end, as I planned.
To fit over the shower curtain rod, I had to spread open each and every hook to fit and so they would move along the rod. They still didn't move freely enough. We have a tension rod, so it has two pieces—one fitting into the other so the length can be adjusted. Not all of the roller beads moved smoothly. Then the hooks caught on the spot where the one rod goes into the other. Each hook had to be pushed over the spot when opening and closing the shower curtain. It was aggravating.
To try and get around that, I took everything down and flipped the rod 180 degrees. Didn't really help.
I did like that the plastic liner hung lower than the curtain. It was hidden from view and was lower into the shower tray. Less chance of there being a leak on the floor, but if it bunched up even the least little bit, it would push a few rings up off the rod. I'd have to push them back down.
Hey, I just want to take a shower and go to bed. Fussing with the shower curtain hooks every time I got in and out of the shower was an annoyance I really didn't want to deal with. And the way my husband complained and went on and on about them, you'd have thought it was a personal attack.
Not worth it. Having to deal with the hooks or the husband's bleatings. They were only up two days. I replaced them with the old plastic, circular rings, and tossed them in the recycle bin. Not even worth the trouble of sending them back.