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Posted on How do I flatten a cupped drawer bottom?

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#1 posted 04-14-2012 03:35 AM

Also if the cupping is severe, you might want to use the oven idea but don’t tighten the clamps all the way, work it in stages of being in the oven for 4 hours each until it’s back to normal. Be sure to keep the water in the oven all that time it won’t boil like it would on a hot stove, but it does vaporize quite quickly so keep an eye on it.

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