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My bff stuffed a kitchen drawer much too full resulting in broken particle board on handle plate. I don't want to cut a new piece. In the past I solved this problem with Wood Cement and C-Clamps. It was functional but the drawer dried at an angle and was a bit unsightly. Would I be better off using a different epoxy?
It is far better to replace the drawer front altogether. Glues and adhesives actually make particle board swell and cause it to disintegrate so if it is splitting there is no sound way to glue it back together and retain any structural integrity. I suggest taking the drawer to a local cabinet maker and have them repair it by duplicating and replacing damaged pieces.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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