We have a curved “L” shaped shower curtain rod that we replaced about 6 months ago because the old one drooped. Now within the last couple of months, the new one is now drooping. Does anyone know how to fix this? We do not have the space or money in that bathroom for a remodel, we just want to have a shower curtain that doesn’t droop at the L. Any suggestions will be appreciated!!!
The previous owners of our house dropped the ceiling, so there is nothing to secure a chain or bracket to without chancing the ceiling being ripped apart. We also don’t hang anything on the rod besides the shower curtain. I’m just lost and don’t know what to do without expensive remodeling/repairs.
Answer by uther_aurelianus
Attach a rod or wire from the middle of the rod to the ceiling. This will prevent being able to open the curtain the whole way, but it will counter your droop.