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Model 3003

Internet #205188841

Store SKU #220286

Large Splash Guard for Tubs and Showers

$19.99 /each

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Magic Bath Large Splash Guards for Tubs and Showers help bathroom floors stay dry and mildew-free. The accordion design, curtain lip and industrial-grade adhesive work together to effectively prevent water from escaping from the tub. Keeps water from your shower or tub where it belongs - in the tub - and not on the floor. Only two steps to water-free floors. Just peel the backing and stick the guards to the shower wall. No more leaks.

  • Eliminates wet bathroom floors and time-consuming cleanup
  • Industrial grade adhesive for a watertight seal
  • Bonds instantly to shower walls
  • Mildew resistant and seals out moisture
  • Increases life of your floor and shower walls
  • Quick and easy installation - no tools or caulk required
  • Long lasting and durable

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Will it work with Walk In Shower?

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Dublin, California
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April 20, 2016
I have replaced my tub with a walk-in shower but water keeps splashing out from the back. Will it product work with walk-in shower also?
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Is this product flexible at all?

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November 6, 2014
We bought one and before we took the packing off, we checked it out. Our shower is not level so there is a gap either on the wall side or the side of the tub side, depends on which one you lay flat. We are going to take it back if it's not flexible enough to force it down and not leave a gap.
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