Say goodbye to mold: Over 9,000 Amazon shoppers swear by this shower liner — now only $9

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Amazon’s best-selling shower liner is mildew resistant, anti-bacterial, and made of PEVA (Photo: Getty Images)

Say goodbye to mold — Amazon’s best-selling LiBa shower liner is mold and mildew resistant, eco-friendly and costs a mere $9. It has more than 9,000 reviews with customers raving about the liner because of its durability, mold/mildew resistance, non-toxic materials, and lack of chemical odor.

It’s made of an anti-bacterial PEVA material, which does not emit the same strong chemical odor that PVC often does — this is the material often used to make cheap liners. The grommets are rust proof and the liner comes equipped with three magnets along the bottom to keep it in place inside your tub.

LiBa shower liner

Liba Mildew Resistant Antibacterial PEVA Shower Liner (Photo: Amazon)

Shop it: $9, amazon.com

If you’re someone like me who’s used to buying cheap shower liners that quickly get moldy and thrown into the trash, look no further than Liba’s $9 liner. I first bought mine in October 2018 and it’s still going strong.

Past liners I’ve used haven’t lasted this long — only two to three months at the most. I love that it’s affordable, durable and actually works. I will say it runs a little on the larger side, but I don’t mind it as this keeps water from splashing out of the tub.

But don’t just take my word for it, this curtain liner has easily developed a cult following on Amazon. Keep scrolling to read the top reviews.

LiBa shower liner

Hate shower liners that get moldy? There’s a $9 Amazon version that is mildew and mold resistant. (Photo: Getty Images)

Shop it: $9, amazon.com

Quality

One 5-star reviewer wrote: “I really love this shower liner. It is high quality and heavy weight. There is no plastic smell as promised (YAY — I hate that chemical-like, plastic odor most have), and after 2 weeks of daily showers, I see no soap scum globs, or mildew. The magnets along the bottom work well for me and do a nice job of holding the heat in. This shower liner is slightly wider than my shower curtain, but it is not very noticeable, and this is definitely not a big drawback from an otherwise amazing curtain! Hope it holds up. Will buy another when needed and if still available on Amazon.”

Easy to install

Another 5-star reviewer wrote: “You know what a shower curtain liner should do? Remain as unobtrusive as possible while providing its main purpose: keep water off the bathroom floor. This LiBa liner does all that and more. It was a breeze installing and the bottom weights help it stay in the proper position. It’s clear so you hardly notice it. And, last but not least, its anti-bacterial properties mean much less time cleaning. It also somehow seems to resist spotting from the water droplets. All in all a solid five stars.”

LiBa shower liner

Liba Mildew Resistant Antibacterial PEVA Shower Liner (Photo: Amazon)

Shop it: $9, amazon.com

Stays clean

Finally, this 5-star reviewer wrote: “I never take the time to write reviews but I am so amazed by this product. I would always buy my curtain liners from my local big box store since I preferred a softer cloth-like liner in a cream color. However, I was washing it, scrubbing it and finally replacing it every 4-6 months. With this new one, it still looks clean and new! BUT HERE’S THE BEST PART: the grout in my shower is staying clean too! I used to spray Tilex in my shower every 2 weeks to remove grime & mold, but since installing this new liner, I noticed I don’t need Tilex any longer!”

Shop it: LiBa shower liner, $9, amazon.com

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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