BINO Anti-Snagging Alloy Steel Shower Curtain Hooks
Last updated: March 20, 2023
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These 12 shower curtain hooks are made with brushed nickel to blend easily with any bathroom decor. It's designed to fit all standard shower curtain rods, easily holding both your curtain and liner. The high-quality steel design resists rust and holds up over many years of use.
In our analysis, the BINO Anti-Snagging Alloy Steel Shower Curtain Hooks placed 9th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
SET OF 12 SHOWER HOOKS: Sold in sets of 12 for standard shower curtain installation. EASY GLIDE: Open and close your shower curtain quietly and easily with the BINO’s Shower Hooks, easily glides on shower curtain rods and tension rods. No snagging; no effort; no hassle. FITS: All standard size shower curtain rods; can hold two curtains at once in your shower. RUST RESISTANT: Made of high quality durable, rust resistant steel with a brushed nickel finish. IDEAL SIZE: Each shower hook measures 1″ x 1″ x 2″ to fit standard shower curtain poles.
Shower Curtain Hook Rankings
How often do you pay attention to the shower curtain rings in a bathroom? You might not even notice your own after you initially put them in place. But shower curtain rings can be the perfect accent for a bathroom. Even if your guests don’t notice them on a conscious level, your shower curtain rings add to the overall aesthetic of your bathroom.
But you’ll want your shower curtain rings to be functional as well. Few things can be as frustrating as trying to get those rings to slide across the curtain rod. Many of the standard types of rings can make you struggle. Newer shower curtain rings are designed to glide easily along, making hanging your curtain a breeze.
At one time, shower curtains were pretty much all hung with rings. They were simple and latched around your curtain rod. But manufacturers now have removed the need to fuss with a latch by using a hook design. An S-shaped hook makes it easy to slide one curve of the “S” on the curtain rod while the other slips easily through the holes in the curtain and liner.
One newer design is a double hook, which lets you attach the liner and curtain separately. That puts a little space between the two, making it easier to keep the liner inside the tub and the curtain outside.