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Sure-Loc Adjustable 5-6' Curved Shower Curtain Rod w/Ends - (Satin Stainless Steel)

List Price: $51.20

Sale Price: 47.10 each

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Sure-Loc Adjustable 5-6' Curved Shower Rod is designed to slide back and forth in the swivel connector adjusting for variation in the span between the walls.

  • Curved shower rod adjusts to fit shower enclosures between 54" - 72".
  • Outer rod features sturdy .028" (22 gauge) wall thickness,  1" diameter.
  • Made of durable 304 stainless steel.
  • Set Includes: Extendable curved rod, pivoting ends, screws and mounting hardware including anchors for drywall or tile installations.
  • Made of 304 stainless steel
  • .028 (22 gauge) wall thickness
  • Wall Bracket: 3in.(76mm)H
Manufacturer: Sure-Loc Hardware, Inc
Manufacturer Location: China
Color/Finish: stainless steel/satin
Material: stainless steel
Style: traditional
Type: shower rod
Warranty: Lifetime mechanical warranty. Five year finish warranty.
Diameter: 1" (25mm)

Sure-Loc Hardware, Inc Restock Policy

No restock fees apply for returns of this specific item. Product must be returned in re-sellable condition within 30 days to qualify.

If an item is returnable (See restocking list), you must first call or use form below to request a return goods authorization (RGA) prior to returning any items purchased through us.

We will not accept any returns without an RGA. All items must be returned in "Re-Saleable Condition", in original packaging with all parts included. Customer is responsible for shipping charges.

Our restocking policies vary, depending on manufacturer and item.

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Pro Tip: What Exactly Is Stainless Steel?
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