Residential: Ways to use a Wobble Wedge®

Level Furniture likes tables and bookcases, stabilize appliances & more

Homeowners love Wobble Wedges®! Use these handy plastic shims to stabilize residential appliances like a washing machine, refrigerator, or dish washer. Wobble Wedges make ideal furniture levelers. Fix a leaning bookcase or wobbly end table with Wobble Wedge® furniture leveling shims. Continue reading to explore more ways to use Wobble Wedges around your house!

4 Ways to Use Wobble Wedges® in the Kitchen
Plastic Shims Fix Your Silverware Tray, Dish Rack, and more! Does your silverware tray slide to the back of the
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Silence Rattling Pipes
Absorb Vibration and Reduce or Eliminate Rattles One of the joys of modern plumbing is access to water in an
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Leveling a Bathroom Vanity
Plastic Wedges Are Perfect for Bathroom Installations You might not notice a bathroom vanity isn’t level at first; washing your
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Hide Electrical Cords Outside
Tuck away cords from outdoor decorations and lighting When installing outdoor holiday decorations and lighting it can often feel like
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Leveling Base Cabinets
Shim and Stabilize Kitchen Cabinets Are you installing new cabinetry in your home? Or perhaps you've discovered a wobble in
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Plastic Shims for Precast Concrete
Level without Fear of Discoloration or Rot Are you installing or maintaining concrete structures within your home? Many basements and
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How to Fix a Leaning Bookcase
Wobble Wedges® Stabilize on Uneven Flooring There are many reasons why a bookcase or tall shelving unit might be unstable.
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Setting Up a Dorm Room with Wobble Wedges®
3 Creative Ways to Use Plastic Shims in a Dorm Room Dorm room furniture is notoriously “well used” and it’s
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Putting In a Toilet
Wobble Wedge® Plastic Shims Make Installing a Toilet Easy There are going to be a thousand frustrations when you install
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hard plastic furniture leveling shim
Level Furniture on Soft Flooring
Hard Plastic Shims Level Furniture on Cushioned Surfaces Does your furniture slope on an uneven, carpeted floor? Looking for a
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