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Offline mackenzie

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Drawer dividers
« on: March 06, 2014, 05:32 PM »

I'm looking to build a few drawers with dividers in them, like a cutlery drawer.  If the idea works well I might do the same for some systainer inserts I would benefit from.  My question is: what technique would I use to hold the dividers in place?  Would Titebond hold them?  No More Nails or similar?

Probably worth mentioning, the only powertools I have are a drill and jigsaw, so any fancy routering is impossible.

If I use No More Nails or a similar adhesive, I'd also like to know how you keep them fresh, I will only need a little bit of adhesive but don't want to waste the entire tube, so how do you keep the adhesive from setting in the end cap?

Thanks for your help.

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Offline bgladd

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Re: Drawer dividers
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2014, 05:49 PM »
I just did this for a larger kitchen drawer for pots and pans:

It worked quite well.