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I bought these this past summer at the same price. Nothing new or special here. It's just a slab of painted paperboard that looks suspiciously similar to a real door. When you actually try to hang one, you'll realize that these nice looking 'doors' are merely compressed paper with a pretty 6-panel design.

Keep in mind that there are no cutouts for knobsets or hinges. Assuming you'll want to install those, a sharp knife will cut through this paper door just fine. (Save your chisel for when you're actually working with wood.) And keep in mind, that after you buy the hardware, you've basically paid the same price as the somewhat better, albeit hollow-core, pre-hung wood door.

Did this Sat and was a good deal

the doors are okay for a quick reno, but if you plan to live in the house for a bit, spring for something better.

$25 here in Sacramento Ad

Need a 36" to fit my bike in for basement storage. Nice.

Although... what are we talking about here? My add says $99 for an Oak pre-hung door

quickfingerz said: $25 here in Sacramento Ad$25 in Tucson too



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