Pull the drawer out as far as it will go without offering any resistance. Most drawers will reach a natural stopping point. Stand in front of the piece of furniture and position one hand on either side of the drawer. Keep a little space in between you and the drawer so that there’s enough room for the drawer to extend out. Slide the drawer out gently, giving it a gentle yank when it is at full extension. Some drawers will slide out with no need for an extra yank at all, while others need slightly more force to get over the wheels over the edge of the runners. With the drawer fully extended, find the two stabilizer screws and remove them with a screwdriver or drill. The catch-and-release tabs on either side of the drawer should be pulled upward by pinching them simultaneously. These drawers are heavy, so be careful to not let them fall once you’ve released them. If your drawers have liners or paper inserts, remove them before trying to clean them especially if the odor is strong. If the drawer does not have inner liners, first vacuum out crumbs or any debris that has accumulated inside the drawer. Wipe with a clean, damp, soft cloth. Disinfecting Dresser Drawers. Now on to disinfecting. What I did for a musty smell in my dresser drawer was to clean it out with a dampen rag of lemon infused vinegar. Then I sat it out on the porch to air dry for a couple days (well at night I brought them in and then put them back out in the morning. As a general organizing rule, it’s best if you don’t try to reorganize the contents of drawers while those contents are still inside the drawers. Always take everything out before you start to sort, rearrange, or re-fold your clothes. .
I spent a good hour fighting it with cell phone pictures of the undersides of drawers, mirrors and a flashlight etc. I called the store and a salesman told me there was a stop to prevent the drawer from accidentally coming out and falling on your foot. I had to bring the drawer all the way out and give it a sharp tug. It came out with ease. .