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35 thoughts on “How to Fit Drawers – Save Money with DIY Wooden Drawer Slides! – Learn to draw free 100%

  1. Mr Poopypants says:

    Perfect instructions to help me figure out drawers and a mitre saw station in my shed. Really appreciate it. Love your stuff, always practical and full of tips. Cheers from Australia and thanks! PP

  2. 36736fps says:

    These drawers will slide much more easily if you put thumb tacks on all 4 (top and bottom) back corners of the drawer and on the top of the runner/cleat at the front end. You will need about 1/8 to 3/16 extra clearance. Works best if you relieve the bottom front of the runner to allow the thumb tacks to clear each other as you insert the drawers.

  3. Phillip Moore says:

    Thank you for providing such a clear example of how this sort of drawer slides work. I'm building a router table right now and I have those narrow drawers to the side of the router. They are so narrow using a metal slide combined with the drawer sides would take up too much of the space. This is the perfect solution. Long time follower but came back to this video now that I needed it. Thanks again!

  4. Angie Williams says:

    This is great. Glad you did this video. I just made some drawers and used the metal slides. I like them. But it is costly. I have more drawers that I want to make and this will allow me to get them done sooner.

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  6. daghrb6 says:

    Personally I would never use wood sliders instead of expanding ball bearing sliders.
    I simple don't like the crusty feel of old drawer fittings that are hard to pull out and close, it feels very antique and when loaded with weight cùmbersome.

  7. Paul says:

    As much as I like the idea of wooden rails to save money, doesn't the wood after a short time move causing bind ups? Also, wood is not all that slippery for sliding drawers with weight…and how about stops to prevent drawers from sliding out too much?

  8. Andrew Brown says:

    Great technique~! I've got a miter saw station that I'm getting ready to tackle that calls for a couple dozen drawer slides. I really like your method and am looking at modifying my plans. This will save me a chunk of money that I can use elsewhere in the shop. Thanks Jon~!

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