A spring tension rod is a certain type of rod that is used to create tension between a rod and the wall to which it is installed. It is comprised of two pieces that can be placed inside of one another and a coil spring which is placed inside the rod. When the two pieces get pressed against each other, tension is created and maintained by installing a screw.
The Tipnut blog offers a reader's advice on organizing one of the hardest kitchen items to keep pinned down—pot and pan lids. Instead of piling them in a cabinet and waiting for them to avalanche on her next reach, Sarah Ann Smith suggests using spring tension rods—the kind used to hang shower curtains and drapes—to create front-to-back dividers in a drawer or cabinet. Even if you just use one, you create a space to stack the lids and prevent them from falling under and over all your other cookware. Those handy with a drill can also try using dowling rods in deep cabinets. Photo by .
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Spring tension rods are used for certain types of fixtures that need to be placed in tight spots. Spring tension rods are commonly found as parts of a shower curtain, or in the installation of certain types of window curtains. Generally, they are used when the material they need to support is light. Heavier objects, when draped over a spring tension rod, can overpower the tension and cause the rod to fall.
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