Making Teak Sliding Dresser

Nov 17th

Teak sliding dresser – While there are many drawer slides available commercially, you can make your own for your next carpentry project. Wooden crate slides are durable and easy to maintain. They also have a stronger feel than many contemporary styles that are made with plastic components. Wooden crate slides are mounted on the inside sides of the drawer in the furniture. They are designed to slide into the slots on the sides of the drawer. Select a quality teak wood, like maple, from the slides for a lasting result.

Vintage Teak Sliding Dresser
Vintage Teak Sliding Dresser

Teak sliding dresser, measure the length of the drawer side of the chest of drawers using a tape measure. This is the length required for the slides. Place the 1 by 96-inch gasket on a work surface. Mark the measurement of step one on the plate using a pencil.

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Slide it so that the sheet is on the outer edge of the pencil mark. Lift the saw down through the wood and back to complete the cut. Mark and cut a second joint length to make a second teak sliding dresser. Cut as many pairs of joints as needed for your carpentry project. Measure the width and depth of the slots on the sides of the drawer using a steel ruler. These are the dimensions required for sliders.