Residential: Ways to use a WOBBLE WEDGE®
Level Furniture like 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!
It’s that time of year again! Boxes of holiday decorations are emerging from storage as classic holiday music wafts through the house. It’s time to put up the Christmas tree!
Remember the feeling of excitement as you moved your furniture into your new house? Mentally arranging the furniture in your mind’s eye as you walk through the empty rooms. Followed
Wooden cutting boards warp when exposed to water and become wobbly and uneven. Wooden and plastic cutting boards can slip on your counter and cause an accident while you’re chopping.
Wobble Wedges do a lot more than stabilize wobbly tables and bookcases. They’ll help you solve all sorts of problems quickly and easily. Here’s Just a Few of the 100’s
Leveling precast concrete steps or other large concrete objects is often done with stones, sand or clods of dirt. Using Wobble Wedge tapered shims can be faster and more accurate.
To build a good looking concrete block wall it is critical to get the first course perfectly level. This can be challenging when the foundation wall is not level. Wobble
Shims are often required to achieve a perfect seam between stone countertops. Commonly used contractor shims are long and must be trimmed off at the front of the cabinet. At
How to Stop the Shaky Cafe Table from Spilling Your Drink With Wobble Wedges® To stop a wobbly table, slip a Wobble Wedge table leveler into the gap between the
Antique and clock repair dealers have relied on the standard sized Wobble Wedges® for over 20 years to level, stabilize and support antique furniture and grandfather clocks without compromising the