How can I install a curved shower curtain rod without putting holes in the wall?

Question by LowcountryJunkie: How can I install a curved shower curtain rod without putting holes in the wall?
I’m living in a rented apartment where I can’t screw anything into the wall, but I want one of those curved shower curtain rods. How can I put it up?

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Answer by Grainov Truth
can’t happen on the curved model. A straight one in where the chrome pipe is split in 2 with an internal spring pushing outward is the only option.

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2 Responses to How can I install a curved shower curtain rod without putting holes in the wall?

  1. Bandit says:

    This site sells the curved rods with extenders that can be used to adjust it to the opening. I think they are spring loaded or twist at each end just like the straight ones do. http://www.signaturehardware.com/

  2. saaanen says:

    Why not give up the idea and buy a tension rod?

    You can screw into the wall, but you have to patch the holes when you leave.

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