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Any point in filling a hollow interior door?
« on: March 28, 2001, 09:10:51 AM »

I'm about to move into a room in an apartment that has one of those hollow interior doors.  From what I read on this site, the first thing I should do is to get a solid-core door.  There are two potential complications for this: 1) I imagine such a door would cost well over $100, which is money I might not have to spend; 2) I believe my door to be slightly unusual in its dimensions, so sticking with the current tightly fitting door would save me a lot of trouble.
Is there some type of material, some foam or whatever, that I could fill this door with so that it provides as much if not more sound protection than a solid core door?
Maybe I'm in fantasy land.