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B&Q Moulded doors reduced to £18.00 - free c&c

£18.00 @ B&Q
Offers on doors at b&q. Moulded doors @ £18 and pre painted from £47 to £30 Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Offers on doors at b&q. Moulded doors @ £18 and pre painted from £47 to £30
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#1
cardboars
#2
cardboard even
1 Like #3
Is the quality any good?
#4
Yes good quality.
5 Likes #5
I got a batch of these and every one of them was faultly, took them back.

There was not a single speck of mould on them.

Disappointing.
1 Like #6
FREEZIN WOLF
I got a batch of these and every one of them was faultly, took them back.
There was not a single speck of mould on them.
Disappointing.
I see what you did there
#7
Has anyone bought this
#8
walsall123
Is the quality any good?
... it depends what you need them for. Moulded doors have hardly any material inside them so they don't insulate sound or heat, there is nothing much to attach things (like coat hooks) to and they will always look tacky. On the positive side they are light and easy to hang, and above all they are cheap. Compared with solid wood doors they are not very good, but then they are 10% of the price, so: you pays your money and you makes your choice...
1 Like #9
I have these fitted in my house and they are not bad. we needed cheap and cheerful doors and we bought them at two for £45 (primed only). they are hollow and if you do want to screw in hooks, use hollow wall screws to get the best grip otherwise they will break overtime.

for £30, I'd go for the painted doors as the dulux one coat paint looked patchy after one coat and you'd certainly need two coats to make it look good.

B&Q do sell a half glazed version as well, looks quite nice as our kitchen door. we purchase the half glazed at £72 so it may be worth checking if they have been reduced also.
#10
also I purchased the design in the OP's pic, the cottage style doors
#11
I don't understand this deal at all but I'm trying to get a handle on it.
#12
these doors look lovely and pleased with them
#13
Bought a glass door for the toilet and the family hated it for some reason, I'll try this one with no handles see if they like that more.
#14
Good value but for more quality and a lot more £'s well £82 more the veneered and braced oak doors are nice... http://www.diy.com/departments/cottage-framed-ledged-and-braced-oak-veneer-internal-unglazed-door-h1981mm-w762mm/42652_BQ.prd?icamp=recs&rrec=true

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