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Old 25-12-2017, 12:32 PM   #11
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From a professional point of view I don't like that they contain silicone !
That's why I find Sonax superior to this Scholl Concepts Range !
How come bud is it that you work in a body shop
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So I'm in the market for a cutting compound, and already having and liking S20 Black and S30+ I'm looking at Scholl's offerings - what's confusing me here is that the price for 1kg of E1500 and S3 XXL are virtually identical? Or I can get 500g of S3 for £22, but there's no smaller bottles of the E range available?

I'm not really understanding why I would pick this over the S-range...
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I don't even understand what the problem with silicone is.
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I don't even understand what the problem with silicone is.
If you're going to paint a panel, it plays merry hell with the bonding of the paint
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