InterDesign Fabric Waterproof Shower Curtain Liner, White

Shower curtain or shower curtain liner. Item is 100 percent polyester

interDesign continues to bring innovation to their stylish product line to give consumers access to the newest technologies afforded in today’s marketplace.

The Waterproof Shower Curtain Liner is an attractive fabric liner that can protect your favorite decorative fabric shower curtain or serve as one without an additional liner!

This product utilizes raincoat technology giving it a waterproof coating that acts as an impermeable barrier to moisture. No liner is needed to keep this Shower Curtain dry! It’s 100% Waterproof and features buttonholes and a weighted hem. Made of easy care Polyester, all you have to do is hand or machine wash in cold water and hang to dry!

Bath tubs and showers come in all sizes, styles and shapes and interDesign has tackled each of those options! The Waterproof Polyester Shower Curtain Liners come in a range of five generous sizes in a crisp white hue to fit the Standard Bathtub, Garden Bathtub, Standard Shower Stall, and Standard Tub/Shower Combo. In addition, the Long or X-Long size work best in bathrooms with high ceilings as well as your Curved or Contour Shower Curtain Rods; and the X-Wide is the solution for the Freestanding Bathtub.

interDesign Shower Curtain Liners provide maximum protection. Water stays where it belongs – in your tub or shower!

Standard Stall Long X-Long X-Wide
72″ x 72″ H 54″ x 78″ H 72″ x 84″ H 72 x 96″ H 108″ x 72″ H
Additional Standard Size Waterproof Liner Colors Available
Celery Green
72″ x 72″ H 72″ x 72″ H 72″ x 72″ H 72″ x 72″ H 72″ x 72″ H 72″ x 72″ H

Product Features

  • Shower curtain liner for an attractive, waterproof barrier
  • Impermeable, raincoat-technology material hangs like fabric
  • Use to protect a fabric shower curtain or hang it all by itself
  • Reinforced buttonholes; weighted hem to insure a clean hang
  • Measures 72 by 72 inches; available in an array of colors; machine washable

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