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Masonite door is a frame covered by MDF with decorative trim. A frame is most often made of soft wood sticks, such as pine. Durable wood is wedged in the places of potential fixing a lock and a handle. An inner filling is of the form of cellular cardboard material. Cells form voids that can significantly lighten a construction. An outer skin is a thin leaf of MDF which surface has covering imitated wood structure.
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