How to Keep Drawers and Doors From Slamming

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Intro: How to Keep Drawers and Doors From Slamming.

This is an easy fix and free if you already have glue and a glue gun.

Place a small dot of glue on the back of the cabinet drawers and doors. This will act as a cushion and reduce the noise when the drawers and doors are closed.

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    lacina

    3 years ago

    What a great, easy and simple solution! Thanks!

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    ROD917

    3 years ago

    Thanks animeguard

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    ROD917

    3 years ago

    Thanks jessyratfink, glad you liked it.

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    jessyratfink

    3 years ago on Introduction

    So so smart! Looks like I'll be using the hot glue gun in the kitchen for the first time soon :D

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    ROD917

    3 years ago

    Thanks ringai, didn't think about the cupboard. Just put some on it too.

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    ringai

    3 years ago on Introduction

    Hey, thanks.

    You know what else this is good for? Stopping the slapping/crack noise when a tall cupboard door swings shut against a face-frame cabinet. The face frame and the cabinet's side often have no physical connection but for a pair of quick-assembly fittings. This tiny gap allows the faceframe to smack against the cupboard's side when the door closes hard. So applying a few long beads on the inside of the cupboard along that joint will silence the cracking noise.

    I'll add a pic. I was getting ready to do this with a little clear silicone III, but this is even easier. heheh... I'll be right back.

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    ringairingai

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Well, the hot glue works like a champ. Unfortunately, I can't seem to get a picture that actually shows the glue. It's clear and I used a tiny bead.

    But no more door clattering!

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    ROD917

    3 years ago

    Thanks wire nut. I was thinking about purchasing rubber dots when I remembered I had a hot glue gun. I also used hot glue to make feet for my laptop where the rubber feet had came off.

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    wirenut1980

    3 years ago on Introduction

    This is a great idea! It would have been much cheaper then the little rubber dots I bought and put on.