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NickA

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Looking for a bit of advice...

I am considering purchasing a Montolit STL blade and wasn’t sure whether to go for the fine or medium compound. I have read the description on the websites and was thinking fine would suit the mainly ceramic and porcelain tile work that I undertake, however some of the latest porcelain tiles can be quite hard...

Anyone who’s had any experience of these blades who can offer some advice? Don’t want to spend £70 on a blade to discover I’ve bought the wrong one!
 
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They’re very material specific, use wrong one on wrong material and you’ll kill it very quickly.
What are you going to use it for?
 

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As said dependent on material your using.
I used a fine one on marble
 

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Thanks for the reply’s guys, as per my first email I’ll be using on ceramic and porcelain. I don’t tend to do any granite, etc...
 

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