Installing shower curtain rod on tile
I have an older bathroom that is fully tiled. I would like to replace the tension rod I have always used with a permanent double rod. The tension rods (I have had 2) always slip down over time until the curtain is dragging and have to re-positioned. It never stays at the correct height for long. I have a curain and liner hanging with curtain hooks, and I would like to be able to put the throw rug and an occasional item over the rod to dry as well without it slipping or falling down. I bought a double rod at HD, and a set of Tile and Glass bits. The instructions only say for installations other than drywall consult a professional. Doubt a contractor is going to want to come out to install my shower rod. If I use the correct bits and go slowly without too much pressure, do I still stand a high chance of cracking the tile? Is there any way to use any kind of adhesive or cement to install it?
After 10+ years, I have had it with these tension rods.