Second time I've found myself agreeing with WV today.
No reason to stay at a table with aggressive players in the blinds you want to steal, when there are tonnes of NL10 tables to be had. Table select a little better and watch your redline (and of course greenline) climb.
However, if you want to take it to the aggressive 3 bettors, you can occasionally 4bet light after a late position steal raise, with hands that are unlikely to be dominated, small pairs, or random Ax hands. This means pot odds
will occasionally force you to stack off light with an aipf, but should be profitable in the long run.
And before I'm crucified for suggesting an "advanced" play that should be saved for "higher stakes" I'd like to throw in that I've been fooling around at NL10/20 for the past week or so, grinding up a bankroll on an Everleaf skin with no traffic and no HUD ($35 to $260 in 14 days with 75BB buy-ins and about 30 mins of play/evening).
Light 4bets do work at the micros, because most players would only expect a 4bet from AA/KK and you'll elicit a lot more folds than calls or shoves.