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September 26, 2005

Futuristic Hookless™ Shower Curtain


No hooks to annoy you when you hang it up; no more ripped hole surrounds and resulting sags in your shower curtain.

"You simply snap the embedded rings over the rod and it's installed!"

Comes in beige or white.

Magnets on the bottom along with a "sonically–welded bottom hem."

Maybe it is from the future, what with the sonic welding.

Haven't come across that before, in a shower curtain or anywhere else for that matter.

$37.99 here.

I hate to be a party–pooper but I would be remiss if I failed to point out that there's no accompanying liner with the same advanced hookless technology.

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Posted by: grace | Sep 19, 2006 3:46:30 AM

Not off the market!
Retail just is not very cooperative with small manufacturers.
Actually Hookless technology is now mandated in 25 national hotel chains.
Every Hampton Inn/ Holiday Inn Express / Days Inn/ Comfort Suites/ etc.
That means they HAVE TO USE THEM.
Also all the fabrics (>90%) are water repellent so they don't need liners, but liners in vinyl/nylon/polyester are available too.
That's the story.
Thanks for listening.

Posted by: John | Feb 8, 2006 5:59:00 PM

I have one of these curtains, and you don't need a liner with it...there's also more available directly from the company's website www.arcsandangles.com. I got mine directly through them.

Posted by: Lindsay | Nov 14, 2005 8:58:34 AM

Actually, these were first introduced in 1999. I don't know why they went off the market for a while because it's a terrific product.

Mine is an iridescent green; I hope they bring back some of the more colorful designs.

Posted by: Anne | Sep 27, 2005 2:48:13 PM

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