Hey folks. I made my wife a dresser and I noticed that when closing the drawers there is air pressure that makes them kind of tough to close. This seems to make sense to me but I want to avoid it in the future. The drawers fit tightly, are flush with the face of the cabinet they run alongside the inside of the dressers sides and they stop when they hit the dresser's plywood back. They are on wooden runners on the bottoms. Now I am making another dresser and want to avoid this problem. Can I solve it simply by gluing 1 inch by 1 inch stock to the back of the dresser so that the drawers are stopped by these and not the back of the unit? This would seems to leave somewhere for the air to go? Many thanks for any advice.