When refinishing a cabinetry, a common problem is missing doorstops, causing the drawers to go in too far. Determine what kind of stops are missing and where they should be. American Depression furniture often uses a metal bracket driven into the rail to catch the drawer lip before the drawer slides all the way into the case. Other styles of furniture use pieces of wood glued to either the top or bottom rail to catch the drawer. Spend some time examining your case to determine what drawer stop is appropriate.