Free, Strong Drawer Dividers

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Step 1: Tools and Materials

1. Measuring tape

2. Marker

3. Circular saw

4. Chop saw is handy

5. Chisel if needed

6. Hammer if needed

7. Paint if you want to go all out

Step 2: You Start With a Junk Drawer

We all have these drawers. Mine happens to be in the garage.

Step 3: Take a Tossed Pallet

Sorry I never took a picture of the pallet. I didn't remove the nails or anything. Just took a circular saw and cut out the pallet strips which were 3 inch wide, 1/2 inch plywood. After measuring the drawer, I cut the wood to the proper size. With a chop saw, I cut the dadoos into the wood

Step 4: Put Them Together

Got lucky for me, nice tight fit

Step 5: Put in Drawer

Again, got lucky, nice tight fit

Step 6: Re-organize You Stuff

Drawer looks better now, doesn't it?

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