Do you have a dresser drawer that has a bottom that has sagged down? I had this happen to me with both my daughter and son’s dressers. As it turns out the fix for both of them is really simple, it just required a little time for some glue up.
So, first things first – you need to unload the contents of the dresser drawer and pull the drawer out. In my case to remove the drawer was as easy as fully extending it and giving it a slight lift up at the drawer front while pulling out. This allowed the slides to separate and the drawer to be removed.
Once I had the drawer removed I just had to separate the back of the drawer box from the rest. This allowed the drawer bottom to slide out. My solution was to put a small strip of wood underneath the front of the drawer bottom panel. In order to glue it up I needed to remove any finish and stain that was on the backside of the drawer front. If you skip this part chances are the glue to hold the strip of wood on will not adhere. I used Titebond Wood Glue to glue the small strip I cut, clamping to keep some pressure on it.
Once the strip was glued in, I added glue to the groove the drawer bottom slid into and slid the drawer bottom back in. I then screwed the drawer box back panel back on. I continued by wiping up any glue squeeze out and let the glue set up over night.
Then it was just putting the drawer back in the dresser and putting the contents back in.
In this video I show what I did to fix the drawer. I hope you find this video helpful.