Reinforcing Drawers

You can reinforce dresser or desk drawers by cutting small rectangular pieces of wood and screwing them into the back corners of the drawers.

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January 20, 20060 found this helpful

I have seen a small trianglar piece of wood (like a piece of molding) that is glued to the inside of the corners to reinforce the angle of the corner. Or perhaps you could use L brackets. Just a thought.

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