Hi Winki, yes, these are soft and you are able to cut them to the size you would like.
Depending on the wall type, rubbing alcohol can be applied before attempted removal to break the adhesive bond for a cleaner removal. Careful work with a razor blade could also allow for removal of the bumper, followed by rubbing alcohol to remove any remaining residue on the wall. Another option would be to use some heat (like a hair dryer) to soften and loosen the adhesive before attempting to remove.
Dame, thank you for your question.Unfortunately, no, we only manufacture these in clear.
We do not recommend that these bumpers be used in areas of high heat, as the adhesive could fail and the bumper could discolor.
The product description on the HD website says rubber but more likely it is mad from a clear vinyl (PVC).
there are 8 to a package
As long as the surface you are adhering the bumper to is: non-porous, smooth, and clean you should have no problem with these bumpers adhering to a surface that gets wet frequently as long as the surface is dry when the bumper is applied and the bumper is in full contact with the surface.
My calipers indicate 11/64 of an inch in thickness.