Rated 2 out of 5Â by Stickierfingers So much for the "adhesive"
As stated in other reviews, the adhesive is a small sachet of sealant. Mine was partly cured and lumpy and failed to stick the seal properly. I ended up using some decent silicone sealant which seemed better able to cope with the curly seal.
17 Aug 2015
Rated 1 out of 5Â by hHandyManDan as useful as a dead horse
How this is even allowed to be marketed as a shower door seal is beyond me, you'd get a better seal with selotape. The 'adhesive' (just clear silicone) does not set - in fact it's still currently unset from when I applied it first thing this morning. Because the 'seal' is packaged all rolled up it means when you do attempt to fit it - it just curls and tries to roll up and before anyone thinks I 'must have done something wrong' I didn't - this is what I do for my living, I've never ever come accross a product which is so poor in quality.
13 Aug 2015
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Dieselchild Difficult to use
Tried to use this product to replace an old seal on a curved shower door. It proved impossible to attach and after several attempts had to be thrown away. I am now looking for a better solution. Complete waste of money.
12 Mar 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Allworkandnoplayisnofunat Does the job perfectly fine
spent ages surfing the web trying to find an exact replacement for current shower drip seal. gave up and bought this from a local retailer (for a few more pounds). Although it does come curled up, I spent a little while flexing before cutting to size. It straightened well and adhered really well to the door. I taped it on using selotape (as per instructions) which held it in place for the two plus hours that it needed. It's been on and working fine for about 6 weeks now and looks absolutely fine.
Would recommend. Make sure you have some form of tape to steady it in place whilst it sets and if anything be a little less sparing than I was with the adhesive. You'll also need something to cut the strip with.
21 Nov 2011