Black Pipes as Closet Rods
Shoshana on Mar 21, 2017Looks great! Interesting idea- thanks for sharing!Helpful Reply
JoLeen Bolton on Mar 22, 2017We had these when we were young and remember that we had to tug a bit for the hangers to slide, so I was wondering if the plastic covers they sell for shower curtain rods would also fit these pipes. The hangers would slide more easily.Helpful Reply
Bev Morgan on Mar 23, 2017I use galvanized pipes for my rods, they are so much stronger that what they sell as closet rods. Been using them for yearsHelpful Reply
Angel on Mar 24, 2017They did this years ago, much cheaper and much sturdier, until they came up with the metal stuff they use today - more expensive and not as sturdy. Yes, put a shower rod cover on it, works like a charm. I also put a shower rod cover on my metal bars, stops them from being scratched and they slide easier. Only thing is you have to cut them to fit the spaces.Helpful Reply
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