WalMart has a white opaque PEVA shower curtain liner for about $2.27. I recycle old vinyl shower curtain liners as table protectors under plants on a wooden dining table on our 3-season porch. They protect the table surface from moisture perfectly, but I wonder if the new PEVA type will do the same if they’re biodegradable?
Vinyl Shower curtain liners keep water from your tub or shower from splashing onto your bathroom floor creating unsafe conditions and risk of slipping. Our vinyl curtains come in many colors and weights or gauges to match your desired thickness. Pick a shower liner out to match your bathroom decor as well as keeping your shower water where it belongs, in the shower.
So, if you have a vinyl shower curtain or liner that looks a little bit like mine, I promise you, you can bring it back to its original condition. No scrubbing, no spraying – just throw it into the washing machine with vinegar, laundry detergent and a few towels and voila. . .like brand new again! I can’t wait to hear how your curtain turns out. Make sure to share in the comments!
I used plastic vinyl shower curtain liners for several years and just knew inwardly that those smells were probably not good for our family, especially because it regularly caused headaches. This last year, I made the effort to find an alternative when the time came to replace it. I wanted something that would not contain this toxin, but also wouldn’t be wasteful. Plastic shower curtains liners get quite disgusting in a short time and then disposed of and replaced.