I am begging for your advice. Please. Pretty please. I do not know how to solve this problem and it drives me batty every single day for at least 10 minutes.
Like most ladies (and some men, perhaps), I have an outer shower curtain that is cute and bright and just for show since it is made from fabric and not plastic. Since there is an outer curtain, there must be an inner liner, which is what actually does the job of blocking the water from getting all over my bathroom floor.
I typically replace the liner ever 4-6 months once it gets a little grimy and get another cheap liner for about $2-$5. When I moved, I decided to throw away the liner at the old place and get a new one for the new place. Done and done.
However. The water pressure at my new place is fucking maddening. I mean, the showerhead is the type that shoots little water daggers at your body nonstop. Very different from a nice showerhead that lets you actually feels the drops of water as they come out of the head feeling like little drops of cleansing rain.
Essentially, this is what I think of every time I get in the shower:
So, this amount of pressure somehow forces the air under the liner, making it balloon up into the shower until suddenly my own shower curtain is molesting me. The only way to force it back is to kick the air out and sort of stick it to the tub for a few brief, but glorious moments. But then the air forces it back out again.
So now my showers look more like a martial arts routine for epileptics, wherein I bat away at this shower curtain every 30-40 seconds and then it rises back up to attack me like the ghost of an epileptic arch rival.
Please. Do you have any solutions to prevent this curtain ghost from attacking me mercilessly during a time of my day that should be relaxing? Here are other factors you should know.
• I have my bathroom window open to prevent the mirror from fogging up
• For the same reason, occasionally, I will shower with the door open, though that doesn’t seem to have an affect on whether the curtain goes ghost on me or not
• The curtain has three weights in it already, but they do nothing
I am seriously considering attaching washers to the bottom of the curtain by punching a hole and tying them on with string.
Anything to prevent the attack of the shower curtain.