Yes, but they are like one piece together. WARNING: This is a horrible, horrible product! Picture is deceiving: nothing like it! It is very, very thick. Cheap plastic/rubber look; one layer of thick glue on the back, which leaves a huge gap behind that grows mildew, etc.
OMG! First I'd like to say that I love your review! I agree with you 100%: Horrible, horrible product: cheap looking, thick, and a bacterial growth lab! I installed it and removed immediately after, because of the things you said. Now, for you mildew: I would use concentrate bleach! You may dilute it in water and bit, but leave it there for at least 5 min. Best if more than 15 min. It is cheap[er] and it works! I am too going back to traditional calking! Good luck!
Guy's , get some two sided tape for putting down linoleum , I promise it will stay where you put it .
I think it would work well with a fiberglass surround.
Yes, I used a putty knife to press the crease into corner between the tub and wall. Be careful to allow enough strip at the end of installation--I cut mine too short (quarter inch) but covered it with caulk.
I've only seen white, but wouldn't suggest this product. As soon as the weather got humid in my area I noticed it began to lift from the wall after a month.