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Re: missing dresser drawer

Posted By: Peter Dale <PeterCDale@wmconnect.com> (cache-dc06.proxy.aol.com)
Date: 6/19/3 21:59

In Response To: missing dresser drawer (Toni Moya)

Toni , Unless you have the tools and experiance to do this ,I'd leave it to at least a semi-pro. If you are determined then one way would be to use a a piece of wood that would be thick enough to have a curve put in it. This means that the center (or one side) would be thicker after the curve was arranged. Think of it as a bow as in bow and arrow , having been carved from a single piece of wood, except the back is solid.I'd cut the rough curve with a power saw (put the other drawer on top of the blank new one and pencil in the curve) . Then gradually and carefully belt sand the curve(s) into it.Make sure it will fit flush. On second thought don't you have a friend or a friend of a friend that can do this for you? Good Luck in any event. May be someone will come up with a differant approach.Peter Dale

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