There are 2 ways to fix a recessed electrical plug - with spacers or a goof ring.
Raise an Outlet with SpacersSpacers are really easy to use. They come in a strand and can be folded over to reach your desired height (in increments of 1/8"). Simply fold the strand to the thickness you need and cut off the excess.
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Keep in mind you may need a longer screw if you raise your outlet more than 3/8 of an inch.
Raise an Outlet with a Goof RingIf you need to lift your plug up from your electrical box, but 1/8" increments won't fix your situation, get a goof ring.
Goof rings slide into your electrical box and the tabs rest on your new surface - for instance, a black granite backsplash. Then, your receptacle can be installed over it to sit flush with your wall, tile or wainscoting.
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Whether wall tile, paneling, board & batten, beadboard, granite, corrugated metal or shiplap is creating a problem, you can easily fix it using one of these 2 safe solutions for recessed plugs and light switches.