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Ways To Use a WOBBLE WEDGE®

We designed Wobble Wedges as an interlocking modular system of tapered shims that are so well made and so adaptable they could be used by anyone – from a DIYer to a contractor to an industrial user. There are hundreds of ways to use Wobble Wedges; from stabilizing a wobbly restaurant table, installing a toilet or leveling a backyard fountain or shimming aluminium aircraft panels on an industrial assembly line. For every use we’ve thought of there are dozens more we haven’t thought of.

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Heavy furniture can leave some serious indentations in carpet! Small feet on furniture put a lot of pressure on the carpet fibers, compressing them under the full weight of the
Small countertop appliances can annoyingly wobble every time you open the door or move out of place on slick surfaces. They also typically don’t have adjustable feet like larger appliances.
A lot of workbenches are in garages on concrete slabs. Most garage floors are set up to drain any moisture that might accumulate. Meaning they’re poured so that they slope
Installing replacement windows can be a great DIY way to improve the insulation and value of your home. These instructions are for situations where the window frames are in good
Spring planting season is a great time to build and fill planter boxes! Flowers are such a nice reminder of the rejuvenation of spring and summer. If you’re going to
The history of shims starts long before plastic was around. In fact shims or wedges are some of the oldest technology that humans developed. Early shims were made from stone,
Outdoor projects need to stand up to the elements, and if you need shims for outside, your best bet is a plastic shim. Wobble Wedges® are the perfect shim for
A noisy bed frame can make the relaxation needed for sleep difficult to reach. Don’t let creaking and squeaking keep you awake at night! There are several ways to fix
Doing a project yourself can be a great way to save money and learn new skills. A necessity when tackling a DIY project is having the right tools. Wobble Wedge®
If you have an antique piece of furniture that has loose legs, it can make this delicate item unstable and less useful. If you bump it items can fall or