De-creasing shower curtain
Ah, my last shower curtain, which had a nice design of bamboo on it, is finally getting worn and I'm about to replace it.
The old one always annoyed me because the plastic "remembered" how it was folded in the package and wouldn't hang right on the sides or when I adjusted it to dry more quickly after taking a shower. (Why is it the little details bother us more than the big stuff in life?)
Well, the new one I bought has the same kind of fold/crease marks in it. Anyone know of a way to permanently remove them without damaging the shower curtain?
Oh, the package says it's made out of EVA, I looked that up and it's ethylene vinyl acetate, a copolymer of ethylene and vinyl acetate. I call it plastic. Anyway, I think ironing is out! ;-)