How to install drawer dividers

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How to install drawer dividers

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Project Overview

Kaboodle drawer divider kits are a snap to assemble – literally. The adjustable snap lock system lets you customise your drawer, creating large and small spaces for cutlery and utensils. We’ll show you how easy it is to put them together and install them in a drawer.
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Step by Step Instructions

1 Assemble the drawer dividers
2 Install the dividers in the drawer
  • Step 1. Assemble the drawer dividers

    The drawer divider kit is made up of three different lengths. Assemble it on a flat surface before installing it in your drawer. Simply snap the four mid-sized pieces into place between the two long pieces to make a frame. Then snap the short pieces on the outside of the frame.
  • Step 2. Install the dividers in the drawer

    Put your assembled divider kit into the drawer. There are a number of different kits designed for different drawers. Each is designed so the kit slots firmly into place. Once the dividers are installed, you can always adjust where individual panels sit if you need to change things around.

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Materials

  • Drawer divider kit
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