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Screechy shower curtain

Our new shower curtain rod is metal, as are the decorative curtain hooks. When the curtain is moved the screech of metal on metal is awful. We've tried oil, soap and wax. Any ideas?

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What I would try is putting a strip of glue from a glue gun. It is barely noticeable. But us enough to stick.

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