October 8, 2007

Handi-Shim's New 1/32" Shim

handi_shim_assort.jpgA while back we reviewed the Handi-Shim, a very nice reusable shim. We found them to be indestructible, accurate, and extremely useful. Since the review, we've kept them in the truck and can't tell you how many times they've come in handy. They come in three color-coded sizes; 1/16" (red), 1/8" (white), and 1/4" (blue). Well we've just gotten word that they are on the verge of releasing a 4th shim that is 1/32" thick and will be nice shade of green.

The shims are good for tiling, windows, doors, scribing, stonework, and just about anything else you can think of.

The new green shim will be available sometime in October.

Read our original review of the Handi-Shims.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at October 8, 2007 1:54 PM
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Another option is C.H. Hanson's stainless steel shims that start at .001".


Posted by: Rob [C.H. Hanson rep] at October 9, 2007 9:23 AM
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