How to repair kitchen cabinet drawers without replacing them? The front is slotted where the drawer fits into. They keep separating.
Could you take a picture so we can see what your drawers look like? That would be a huge help.
Without seeing photos and knowing exactly what your problem is I am guessing here but here is some info
If you completely separate the pieces you should be able to add some strong wood glue and push them back together. It should hold.
Maybe a screw is needed to hold the piece in place.
Hi Laura, you need to put a strong wood glue in the seam let it dry well before you start to use it. Hope this helps you out,
Can you try wood glue and then clamping them until they are dry? There are some pretty amazingly strong glues out there now.
Wood glue in the slots and clamp till the glue is dry. If you have a nail or staple gun you can tack nail/staple at an angle.
Too much weight or too much bulk is being put in them, is the problem! You can either re-so the drawer and add a support to the middle of the base of the drawer to stop it popping out again or replace it with a stronger base with a deeper grove. Hope you find that information useful.
You can remove the drawer, take it apart and use wood glue and small nails to repair where it has come apart.
Laura: I am a big fan of Gorilla Super Gel. Put them together... and do not use for 24 - 36 hours!!
Here are several ways you could update them: https://www.unexpectedelegance.com/8-ways-to-update-kitchen-cabinets/
Can you use wood glue and then clamp until dry? I've done that to some dresser drawers.
Hello. Could the drawer be reglued? Taipan does a good wood glue. Consider posting a picture of your problem so that you can get the most appropriate answer to your exact situation.