Texas Flag Fabric Shower Curtain Lone Star Texan
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- 100% polyester
- 1 Shower Curtain (70" x 72") with 12 plastic hooks
- 100% Water Proof
- Care Instruction: Machine Washable
Show off your Texas pride with this State of Texas flag shower curtain. Made of 100% polyester, it's mildew resistant and machine washable. The curtain measures 70 inches by 72 inches, with extra strong buttonhole sewn holes for the included curtain rings.This shower curtain will really brighten up your bathroom. These won't last long, so don't delay. Get yours now!
Top Customer Reviews
This material. Doesn't bunch up and hangs freely.
Feels good in the hand when pulling
I've had it for 3+ months, and no mold/mildew
WAY BETTER than some of the plastic/poly material, and there's no NASTY plastic smell
The grommets at the top are reinforced with extra threading. Seems durable.
BRIGHT color. Looks good and the colors contrast well.
After 3+ months, I still have the fold lines/wrinkles that it originally had when I opened it. I may need to iron it, but I haven't tried it yet. I'll update if I find a solution
Overall, the wrinkles don't bother me, since they're not obvious, but it may bother some OCD people.
The grommets could be improved by using plastic or metal, but that would increase the cost. Not necessary, since the threaded grommets that it comes with seem plenty strong.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For the price, its OK. The red isn't flag red, more like maroon red. Still looks good.Published 14 months ago by Nancy
Love this shower curtain. You don't even need a liner. The plastic rod holders are very cheap though.Published 16 months ago by Nessalove
i always buy stuf online because its cheaper but it bothers me when i go to walmart and see it there and CHEAPER, i gave one star for the quality of the curtain, its good qualityPublished on December 22, 2013 by basharalkaissi
I used this as a wall hanging in my party barn and it fit the space perfectly plus had the grommet holes to use. Read morePublished on May 17, 2013 by jackie leonard