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I dont think you will.When a cat wants to do it will do excuse the pun.Mine have a scratching post and plenty of toys but they still prefer wallpaper...kitchen blinds....ect. You could try pepper dust near your door frame see if that puts them off,I can say it works outside, so why not inside.Good luck you will need it but bless em all the same when they set their minds on certain things there is no stopping them lol
Maybe you ought not to stop them - or they will possibly transfer the scratching to something worse such as your sofa (that is, if they don't already!). At least wood can be sanded down, cloth/leather isn't so easy to repair. That's the attitude I adopt to my cat filing her nails on my skirtingboards.