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Can you silicone the ends of a telescopic or spring shower curtain rail for a secure fit?

A spring-loaded curtain rod has a twist feature that can allow some adjustment to different size openings within a certain range. If you size the curtain rod for a couple inches (a few cm) bigger than ...
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Injecting PVA or a resin to fill deep narrow gaps

PVA would not be a good choice as it shrinks so it won't reallly fill the gap, and it's not water resistant for things out in the weather like a swingset. An epoxy product would be more appropriate, ...
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Injecting PVA or a resin to fill deep narrow gaps

If it makes you feel better, hammer a wooden shim or galvanized washer into the gap. But really, 1-2mm is pretty trivial and I think most people would ignore it.
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