My husband and I just recently got a new shower curtain and liner for our shower. We switched from plastic to a fabric liner and we cant agree which side faces in or out. There is a hem or seam at the bottom and a tag. When choosing a shower curtain liner, find a curtain with a smooth finish. Hanging the smooth side of the curtain inside the shower will reduce the chances of the water staying on the curtain. After using the shower, leave the curtain partially open to allow air to circulate and remove the damp atmosphere faster. So the presentation side should face you in the shower, and the less attractive side, face your normal shower-curtain (the inside) so your normal shower-curtain pretty side looks out into the room, and the pretty side of the liner faces yu in the shower. Smarty Pants Supplies Shower Curtain Liner currently comes in 3 color options (clear, white and frosted) all of which designed to be used with either of the sides facing in or out. Also, make sure the ink is dry before you move the fabric. The right side of the lining orients toward the window. The wrong side of the lining sits against the wrong side of the curtain fabric. So the presentation side should face you in the shower, and the less attractive side, face your normal shower-curtain (the inside) so your normal shower-curtain pretty side looks out into the room, and the pretty side of the liner faces yu in the shower. .
I am adamant that the liner should be placed with the finished side facing into the shower. She insists that the finished side should face out, just as the outer curtain does. She thinks the liner works better facing out, that it is designed in such a way that it sheds water better if the finished side faces the same way as the outer curtain. The shower curtain is hung backwards. The “pretty” side faces into the shower stall, and the “ugly” side with all the seams, faces out. Confused? Let me tell you why this dirty, faded, torn, backwards-hung shower curtain makes me smile. There are actually two reasons. Firstly, my husband hung it that way. Double check that the liner is on the wet side of the shower and the curtain is on the dry side, facing out into the bathroom. 4 Confirm that the rod is sturdy and the curtain slides easily. The shower curtain liner should face the inside of your shower, while the curtain faces out. Note: If you already have a liner and don’t want to replace it, attach suction cups to the liner with some rubber cement. .