Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 8
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Daniel People who designed this should be forced to use it in their home
There is NO DOUBT that this product is terrible. The same thing happened to me - adhesive lost its grip after a month of use. Unfortunately tenant's do not tell you these things and the leaking water ate a hole in the floor. But if your stuck using it, here's what you do. Step 1, remove all that adhesive with a utility knife. I know, its terrible. Don't cut yourself. Step 2, put that thing in the sink and squirt it liberally with Goo-Gone. Let it soak and find something else to do - like replacing the towel bar for the third time. Never mind; I'm sick of tenants breaking it so I removed the entire fixture and caulked the screw holes. By this time the Goo Gone has done its job, but more scraping will be required. Goo Gone itself is difficult to clean off. You almost need Goo-gone-gone. Wash with Dawn and make sure its real clean and dry. Step 3, position the piece where you'd like it, and tape the left and right side of the tub with blue tape. Step 4, coat the piece liberally with adhesive of your choice (home depot only sells 100 different kinds of bad caulk), taking note to caulk that GAP they forgot about when designing this. Smush that thing into place. And finally, use a fingertip to set your caulk. Keep a rag in one hand, and stroke about 2" of caulk line before wiping your finger on the rag. Repeat until your satisfied and peel your tape. NOW you have a product that actually might last more than two weeks.
August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by happynewyorker Works for me - second time I've used this product - at 2 different apartment homes
this is the second time I'm using this product. I used it the first time, in my old apartment. The second time in my new. I had to use the whole container and lots of the caulk provided. Let it sit for over a day and it's still keeping the water out. I found you have to use a lot and not a little. I'm not into pretty, using a lot of the caulk provided was the key for this success.
August 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tweety6048 great product.
Love this product, as it keeps water from splashing onto bathroom floor, wouldn't be without it; very reasonably priced and easy installation.
August 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by mesketch Does not work at all!
I am amazed they can even sell this product. Did anyone at this company even test it? Water Gets sucked up by the foam tap at the bottom and leaks out the other side. FAIL
May 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by lefty Needs caulk to hold properly
This splash guard would work properly if you use some caulk. The self-stick adhesive lasts about a week.
There is also a design flaw because there is a hole at the corner where water can seep through once installed; however, if you use caulk, the hole can be sealed.
March 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by anitandian Splash Gaurd with a hole?
The idea is to keep water from leaking out of your tub and onto the floor. But there is a hole in it at the bottom (where the wall meets the tub. This isn't because my walls aren't squared up to my tub, it's because they purposefully left a hole there. Now how does that make any sense? The adhesive is only sub par and I don't expect it to keep itself stuck, but the hole... That baffles me. Probably worth the $5 for the flimsy plastic, but you'll have to spend a bit more and buy yourself some caulk as well!
February 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Laurelwill4 Will not stick!
This is a simple product that should have been easy to install and strong enough to last.
The splash guards have peel-and-stick self adhesive tape already attached. The directions are to thoroughly clean the tub area and wipe down with rubbing alcohol to remove any soap residue. Peel the back off of the tape and stick in place.
I followed the directions exactly! At first it appeared that the tape was strong and would hold. It created a nice tight seal.
After one shower, the tape let go and the whole piece fell off the tub. I wiped it off and tried to re-stick it. Does not work!
Another issue is a design flaw-there is a hole at the corner juncture of the plastic. Why would they leave a hole at the lowest area when the purpose is to keep water from the other side?!
March 18, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Chnguyen Useless due to bad quality .Never buy it from this brand name
I am not happy with this item. Tape does not last long after one week even though cleaning is made carefully before attaching to wall and tub. It is kind of money wasting , environment (thrown to trash bin) . I am looking for "Made in US"
March 28, 2015