Maintenance: Ways to Use a WOBBLE WEDGE®

Handy plastic shim ideal for residential maintenance projects and construction

Handymen love Wobble Wedge plastic shims. These handy little plastic shims are available in flexible plastic and rigid plastic and are perfect for a variety of leveling, wedging, and construction purposes. Keep Wobble Wedges in your tool box to ensure a quick and easy fix for a wobbly toilet or rattling appliance. Use Wobble Wedges as furniture levelers to stabilize a leaning bookcase or wobbly end table. Continue reading to explore more ways that Wobble Wedges can be used for residential and commercial maintenance projects.

Wobble Wedges® shims are ideal for bathroom projects in wet-rooms because our plastic shims won’t be affected by water. Our plastic shims are rot-, mold-, and warp-proof, making them perfect
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