Kitchen Drawer Dividers – It is very common that with the passage of time we accumulate a large number of utensils in the kitchen, which we put in a drawer and when we need them we do not find them because they have gotten into the bottom of the drawer. It is possible that you have drawers and cabinets in your house that require a little attention. Having the cutlery organized will allow you to save time and gain comfort.
If we have many utensils stored without order, the heel can get stuck when we open it and close it, and even break down. Prevent this from happening by following these steps: To create your kitchen drawer dividers you will need five pieces of laminated wood, a pencil, tape measure, wood glue, small nails or staples and a saw to cut the wood. The number of pieces of wood you use depends on the length of the box and the number of separators you need.
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With the measuring tape measure the length of the drawer and with a pencil marks the planned location for each separator. It is very important that the kitchen drawer dividers have the appropriate height to avoid that the drawer stops when we are going to open it or close it. Cut the wooden sheets that will make up the dividers. In some establishments, they sell them already cut to size.