Thursday, October 1, 2009

Mold And Mildew

If you recall… part of the sales pitch it was that Re-Bath uses materials that have fungicide and mildew inhibitors. That the installation will not be susceptible to such growths...
Well, you guessed it, Re-Bath lied to us.
Our shower is so full of mold and mildew, even though we spray it down with the recommended (by Re-Bath no less) shower cleaner daily. And we do not live in a humid area. We have a fan and a window so it’s not like it should be a breeding ground for something “guaranteed” not to grow in this environment.

Just one more reason to NEVER DEAL WITH RE-BATH unless you enjoy having your time wasted, your intelligence insulted, and your home damaged all the while, paying through the nose for the privilege of having them screw you.

We just wanted to make sure everyone knows about this scam so we will continue to update this blog with the shortcomings of the abysmal installation attempts as they decompose. If only Re-Bath and it sleazy employees only had the life expectancy of this crappy product. Not to be confused with the B.S. line of lifetime warranty, we mean the real life of it, which makes a used Yugo look like it will last forever by comparison…

Stay tuned for more riveting drivel about one of America's worst companies and scams and how they ripped us off... Re-Bath!


Anonymous said...

I was reading about your problem and wondered why you didnt just replace the stuff somewhere down the posting it appeared they refunded your money? It doesnt seem to be very good stuff. Corian is used in labs where I work since it is inert and doesnt harbor any life on its surface. I had it put in my home and it still looks like it did the day I had it installed almost fifteen years ago. The price wasnt any more than tile work at the time I had it installed.

That would appear to be the solution to the problem.

HelpfulHal said...

#1- You must have mis-read, they did NOT refund our money.
#2- It is not very good stuff, in fact it is cheesy cheap crappy stuff. But since they in effect stole our investment to finish our bathroom, we are stuck with it for the time being.
#3- I don’t know where you are located, but Corian is much more expensive than tile here, and tile is not cheap, also see points #1 & #2.
#4- It is only a solution if it is fair or affordable, your suggestion is neither in our case.
#5- If we could have afforded Corian or tile and time it would take to install it properly, we would not have dealt with these cheats. Sadly we believed their lies, and here we are…