If you have a stuck drawer with no knob to pull it open — or you've already yanked the knob off on accident — a standard toilet plunger can pull it open.
Plungers aren't just for unclogging the unthinkable and letting cartoon characters walk up walls anymore. Take your clean plunger and place the suction side to the drawer and compress. Pull it away, and the suction should pull that drawer open. You might have to give it a few good plunges, but eventually it should pop open. Now you can replace the broken knob and fix whatever is locking your items away.
How to Open a Stuck Drawer [Apartment Therapy]
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