I know right, the amount of times I have been forced to play off a lie where there's a bit of timber or hunk of plastic stuck under my ball really grinds my gears.
Instead of grinding your gears, why not take the free relief available to you the next time your ball is on a bit of plastic? Lift your ball, remove the plastic, drop your ball and play it. And if the bit of wood isn't natural in the sense that it's been made into something, do the same. And if you can't remove either then take relief from the nearest point of relief. There are rules around to help you!