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3.75 ft. Shim Drywall (100-Bundle)

  • Paper front requires little sanding to attain a perfect finish
  • Can be used to level frame irregularities
  • Easy to apply owing to their flexible built
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Product Overview

Shim drywall at home or on the jobsite with the Grip-Rite 100-Bundle Drywall Shims. The paper-faced shims are flexible and 45 in. long. Drywall Shims allow for a greater into the drywall joint.
  • Paper-faced
  • Flexible
  • Corrects framing irregularities
  • Can be attached with screws or nails to framing members of each side of a butt-joint

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (ft.)
3.75 ft
Product Width (in.)
1.5

Details

Drywall Features
Flexible
Material
Drywall
Product Weight (lb.)
8.489

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  • 4.4
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Worked like a charm. Was exactly what I needed...
Worked like a charm. Was exactly what I needed to fix the wall imperfections.
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These shims worked great. I had a low spot on a piece of drywall and these shims evened everythin...
These shims worked great. I had a low spot on a piece of drywall and these shims evened everything out. They worked as intended. No idea why they only got 3 stars. Maybe folks don't know how to use them. They go BEHIND the drywall and attach to the stud... just incase anyone was wondering. Just staple them to the stud, bang the staple further with a hammer, fit the drywall and adjust if necessary. So easy.
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    I needed this right away but prefer the Strait Flex...
    I needed this right away but prefer the Strait Flex brand. The Grip rite are far less expensive but not as good of quality. The Grip rite is more sensitive to water, although not expected to get wet. Also bending the Grip rite causes them to break. One other thing I cannot do with Grip rite is to split them by removing some layers to make the shim thinner when I want to take up smaller gaps. I know those smaller gaps are not necessary, but it is possible to do with the other brand. Home depot should consider stocking the other brand.
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    Easy to use, and cut or tear to size when...
    Easy to use, and cut or tear to size when needed. They are about 1/16” thick which allows for small leveling increments, and can be stapled in place.
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    It was a good helper because l have to leveling...
    It was a good helper because l have to leveling with plastered
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    The new version of Grip-Rite drywall shims is BAD
    These used to be great. Dense, reasonably stiff, and tough. The new version (soft pulp between thin paper layers) is too soft and tears much too easily. Grip-Rite, please go back to the old version.
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