This product is not intended to be flexible.
No, there is just one per pack.
I have the impression that water would have little effect if any on the adhesive after it is in place. I made sure that the surface was dry before I bonded the guard in place. I have a tile wall with a fiberglass tub/shower. Once the guard is pressed into place, it cannot be moved. With light contact, it can be moved, but with difficulty. The strength of the thin adhesive strip is very impressive and doubt that water would effect it once it is pressed into place.
Yes. The back adhesive adheres to any surface that is clean and dry.
yes it can be easily removed without damaging your bath tub.
I had the same question. My guess is that the manufacturer needed a way to hang it on a hook in the store. A hole in the plastic wrapper can not hold the splash guard's weight and would tear.
The measured dimensions, including the adhesive tape are: 4-1/4" Width, 10-3/8" Length, 28-3/8" High. This is a plastic piece and can be cut, but would advise against it. There is a reinforcing ridge that is around the outside perimeter of the guard. If this is cut away, the guard will be weakened and less ridged.
You can use it immediately, but if you add caulking to fill any mismatch then wait at least 1/2 day or as the caulk recommends.
Yes, within reason. The foot of the guard is a two piece assembly. The guard slips into a slot in the foot. This prevents the guard from moving sideways (in and out of the tub) while being adjustable for deviations from 90 deg. If you are intentionally mounting at an angle other than 90 deg, I estimate you can mount at close to 80 deg before one end of the guard comes out of the slot in the foot.
At this time this product only comes in the color white.