The pockets do not have holes. There should be no chance for water to get into the pockets as they are on the outside of the shower. However, many owners will wash the liner in the laundry when soap scum accumulates. Before you rehang the liner you can simply turn it upside down quickly before hanging to be sure there is no water inside.
Most of our shower curtain liners have 12 grommets with exception of our shower stall liners, which have 8. All of our shower curtain rings and hooks come 12 to a pack. This is a well-established grommet count, and our shower liners are compatible with the majority of ring or hook sets you can buy.
Magnetic weights help hold your shower liner in place flush against your tub. Their weight helps prevent the shower liner from billowing towards you in the shower and most important, they help keep water inside the shower! Unless you have a cast iron tub, magnetic weights won’t “stick,” but their weight is what’s important and most functional. Even if you don’t have a traditional cast iron tub, our magnetic weights still do a great job of holding your liner in place by pressing liner material against your wet tub surface where the water forms a temporary bond.