In 2016, a survey conducted by the Australian Financial Commission found that the majority of Australians thought the brand had made a mistake in the design of the stainless shower curtain.
It is also the only brand in the industry to have made the same design changes in two consecutive years, in response to public pressure.
The results were published in March 2018 and a new survey is now being conducted by The Australian.
While the results of the survey are not yet available, a recent survey by the same organisation found that 52 per cent of respondents were not satisfied with the current product, and nearly three-quarters thought it was not worth the money.
The survey also found that nearly two-thirds of respondents believed the product was no longer worth the investment.
What are the advantages of stainless steel showers?
While there are some advantages to stainless steel in terms of cost, safety and aesthetic appeal, there are also downsides to stainless.
Stainless steel is more expensive to manufacture, but there are many benefits to its use.
For one, the material is lightweight, meaning it can be washed and reused more easily.
While some showers may still be made with steel, there is also an increasing awareness of the advantages that stainless offers over steel in the shower industry.
The materials are also more durable than steel and can withstand temperatures as high as 200C.
There are also the advantages associated with the colour, such as a greater degree of control over colour, but it also means that some manufacturers are more keen to use a colour that has already been proven to be more sustainable than the same colour used in other applications.
Some companies also want to reduce the carbon footprint of their products by using more sustainable materials.
And the stainless makes a good choice for people who have a pet peeve: stainless steel can be difficult to clean, as it can cause a buildup of bacteria and a buildup in your shower.
This can lead to poor results for your health and lead to mould growth in the bathroom.
In a study conducted in 2016, researchers found that when people used the product in their showers, it was more likely to cause mould growth, as well as a host of other problems.