Base cabinet depth – Many homeowners choose particleboard cabinets when choosing kitchen, dining room and bathroom furniture. This is because chipboard is much cheaper than solid wood and can have the same overall effect so expensive cabinets. Just because particleboard cabinet breaks do not necessarily mean a homeowner must buy new, higher quality cabinets. Broken particleboard cabinets can be attached easily with some important materials.
Cut two pieces of flat pieces of plastic milk jug. Make sure the base cabinet depth is about the same size as the broken area. Place broken piece of particle board in the area of the cabinet it has been left behind. Place a plastic piece on the underside of the interruption and other plastic pieces at the top of the interruption. Keep broken chipboards still. Squeeze the broken chipboard in place, holding a layer of plastic between the clip and chipboard. This will protect the clamp stick to the board when the adhesive is applied.
Hold the base cabinet depth with the broken area pointing upwards. Then, push the cyanoacrylate adhesive over the edge of the broken piece, completely measuring the area where the broken piece and the rest of the cabinet meet. The glue will go through the particle board, tie it together. Spray the area with an aerosol glue activator. Let it cure for about 30 to 45 seconds, or longer depending on the size of the opening. Remove the clamp from and test the repair. If the area feels fragile repeat the process. If the area feels strong, sand the area smooth chipboards and get rid of excessively dried glue.