It's annoying when I go to open a drawer and the draw-pull ends up in my hand instead of the drawer actually opening. It's no big deal I just fanangle the drawer open and screw the silly nut back on, but that doesn't make it any less annoying.
I grumbled to hubby about it 'Surely there's some way to stop these stupid nuts from coming loose and falling off!'
His reply was, 'Yeah, there's even a special product designed exactly for that.'
I gave him the "Well, why didn't you say so earlier" look and suggested that perhaps we should get some.
So we got some of the purpose made hold your nuts on stuff.
It sat in the cupboard for a little while...well okay, more like a month or two, but really that's pretty good for around here considering the endless amount of things that need fixing.
I wasn't looking forward to having to empty all of our clothes out of those loose-nut drawers to put the few drops of sticky stuff onto every screwy nut combo.
There was my chest of drawers and hubby's chest of drawers, the two bedside tables and my lingerie cabinet. Some drawers have two draw pulls each, a total of 32 draw pulls, 64 parts that need to have a few drops of sticky stuff squeezed on them. Fun.
I'd like to swap the pulls for some vintage looking knobs one day, but until then I'd just be happy with the nuts where they're supposed to.
To use this stuff you take the nut off and squeeze some onto the bolt, or in this case, the drawer handle thread.
Then you squeeze some into the thread inside the nut.
Screw the nut on and your done.
The instant I tried to use it I was glad I'd put gloves on because it got everywhere.
While they were empty I also took the opportunity to treat the drawers for moths and silverfish. I turned each drawer over and sprayed the underside with surface spray. I wouldn't normally do this step but we've both found an odd hole in our clothes lately and it's that time of year where they start to show up, and I'm not emptying all those drawers out again in hurry.