Need Help Replacing Drawer Bottom
I have a double wide filing chest that I overloaded by storing hobby equipment instead of using it as a file cabinet. The bottom of the drawer is very, very thin particle board that wasn't intended to hold anything at all and has broken out. I'm not a carpenter but need to figure out how to put a sturdier bottom on this drawer. How can I make this conversion relatively inexpensively. I have no carpentry skills and don't own more than a hammer and a few nails. Could I have Home Depot cut me a piece of plywood to measure and just hammer the bottom onto the drawer myself? What should I use for the bottom of the drawer and who can I get to help me do it other than an expensive finish carpenter? Could Thanks in advance!!