About Breathable Curtains
Breathable Shower Curtains allow air to pass through tiny pores in the fabric, which increases safety for any user who might fall or become entangled in a curtain. The curtains hang straight and “heavy” when wet, so they don’t billow out while showering, yet shed water quickly and dry fast.
When hung from our Hook & Glide Connectors in a Bendy Rail track, opening and closing these curtains is effortless.
What You'll Need
- hook & glide connectors (one pack for each curtain); hook & glide connectors fit bendy rails only; if hanging curtains from another kind of curtain rail, be sure to use standard curtain rings or products designed for that rail
How many holes for hooks are in a curtain?
Each curtain has 10 holes for hooks. The holes are reinforced with grommets. The hole diameter is 1/4".
What is the hole size in the curtains?
All holes are reinforced with a grommet, and the diameter of the grommet hole is ¼"
What is the warranty on the curtains?
The manufacturer's limited warranty for defects is extended to the original "end-user" purchaser. When installed in a commercial setting, the warranty period is for 5 years from the original date of purchase. When installed in a residential setting, the warranty period is for 10 years from the original date of purchase. Please see the AKW warranty for details.
Is it possible to get curtains in other sizes?
The manufacturer makes additional sizes, however, ARC stocks only those shown here, on the website. There has been no customer interest in other sizes.
Can I use ARC curtains with standard curtain rings and a curtain rod?
Yes you can. While our Bendy Rails are specially made to work with hooks & glides that flow easily in the tracks, you can choose to mount our curtains on standard curtain rods and use standard rings for holding up the curtains. Do keep in mind that drop rods supporting the rail may interfere with standard curtain rings.
How far off the floor should the bottom edge of a curtain be?
This is really a matter of preference. ARC recommends that you allow ½" between the bottom of the curtain and the floor. This way the curtain isn't dragging on the floor and getting dirty, but is low enough to contain splash and overspray.