Hanging Curtains on a Door Bottom Rod
A glass-paneled door allows the sun shine into brighten up your room, but the exact same sun can get the space to heat up. Hanging a curtain from the cover of the door can remove some of the light and heat, but when the doors swings open, or you try to close it, the curtain can get caught between the door and the jamb. Hanging the curtain onto a door bottom pole is going to continue to keep the curtain from winding and avoid any damage that the curtain could sustain by getting caught in a shut door.
Assess the width of the curtain pole at the peak of the door. Make sure that the door bottom sash rod you purchase can adapt to exactly the exact same width as that of the pole at the peak of the door.
Thread the doorway bottom rod to the hem at the bottom of the curtain. Connect the pole mounting brackets to the pole. Release the pole and let the weight of the pole hold the curtain against the bottom of the door.
Hold the base pole brackets against the bottom of the door. Mark the mounting holes in the brackets on the surface of the door.
Install a 1/8-inch piece in a corded drill. Use the drill to create the pilot holes in the doorway at each mark you made.
Disconnect the mounting brackets from the underside pole. Secure the brackets to the bottom of the door with the bracket mounting screws. Connect the bottom pole into the brackets.