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Posted on Last drawer front proving tough!

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boston_guy

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#1 posted 02-10-2014 04:24 PM

It’s amazing how when one has never done something before a small thing can become huge.

I simply placed a wooden spacer and 2 pennies underneath, to give it a real snug fit between the drawer front and the door below.

I then used strong clamps and secured the front to the drawer box.

I then simply screwed the front to the box from behind.

I didn’t even have to use glue or carpet tape!

My mistakes before were:

1) I thought the over-size holes on the drawer box were for adjusting if the drawer front had the problem that I encountered (being off or sloped).

2) The method of clamping the front to the box then drilling a mark on the back of the front (from the over-size holes) is not very reliable. This is due to the fact that when you remove the clamps and drill the 2 pilot holes on the marked spots in the back of the front, then put in the screws, there’s a good possibility that the screws might shift direction.

Thanks for the feedback!

Now I can finally move on to staining the doors and fronts!


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