well I’ve learned a lot building a cabinet for my kitchen – some of them painful lessons – which I wont’ describe here. Now I have a quandry, and I’m wondering if there is some way to do this that I haven’t thought of. To wit: The cabinet is assembled, the drawers installed on their glides and now I need to put the drawer fronts on the drawers so that everything fits. But how? I thought I remembered my father using masking tape between the drawer and the drawer front to establish where they should be attached. Did that but it was WRONG! I’ve had to stop fiddling with it, to prepare for Christmas – but if there are some good tricks – or really just one – Gorilla glue? That seems scary. Help most gratefully accepted. (As a long time occasional user of this forum, we’ll see what about the changed interface. BTW: I was “riaamp” but for some reason couldn’t get back on so had to register a new name.)
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