Plantation shutter louvers are "moving"
I have a set of plantation shutters that have 3 1/2" louvers. Because of their large size, they do not stay in the "open position" that I prefer. They are supposed to pivot on metal pins that fit into plastic bushings, but what is happening is that the plastic bushings are pivoting in the holes that have been drilled in the wood frame - rather than the metal pins pivoting in the plastic bushings. There is not enough resistance to keep the louvers in an open position - they "slide" to a postion that is almost closed.
Does anyone have an idea as to a type of adhesive [maybe like ca thin?] that I can wick into the hole that the bushing fits in - so that the bushing does not rotate?
Thanks for any input,