Drawers are components in a physical structure that support an object horizontally. Drawers have physical sides, and are usually accessed without a physical top barrier. They can be part of an enclosed or open unit and can be constructed so that they slide or glide out from a runner. Drawers can be constructed from wood, various wood composites, sheet metal, or various plastics. It is generally recommended that drawers be coated with a non-porous coating that does not emit volatile organic compounds.
Corrugated Polyethylene Foam Drawer Liners, Gerald R. Fitzgerald
Flat Storage of Tapa and Tapa Fragments, Diana H. Dicus
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Plastic Storage Drawers, Charles Pettitt
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