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Develops, manufactures, and markets diverse silicon-based products and services.www.dowcorning.com
A provider of silicon wafer reclaim and finishing services. ... Print this page © 2004 Pure Wafer . Tel: +44 (0) 1792 311 200 Email: info@purewafer...www.purewafer.com
ContiTech Fluid Technology is development partner and original equipment manufacturer of components and systems.www.thermopol.co.uk
Unit 38 Hillgrove Business Park. Nazeing Road, Nazeing. Waltham Abbey. Essex. EN9 2HB. Tel: +44(0) 1992 892 894. Fax: +44(0) 1992 892 901. Click he...www.reptech.co.uk
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silicone rubber tubing, pharmaceutical silicone rubber products and platinum silicone tubing from Europe's leading independent silicone mouldi...www.silalt.co.uk
Silicone Manufacturer and Engineering specialise in rubber product manufacturing ... Watch the video to see what we do and how we are constantly dr...www.silicone.co.uk
Finden Coatings specialise in the research and development of Elastac products for the Lingerie, Hosiery and Medical markets. Based in Nottingham, ...www.findencoatings.co.uk
SEH-Europe Ltd. Terms and Conditions of Purchase (Download as pdf) SEH-Europe Ltd. ... Shin-Etsu Handotai Europe Ltd, Registered in Scotland No: 87...www.sehe.com
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OK. So everyone says drugstore products are bad for your hair because they use silicones and alcohol but if that's true, then why do companies tend to advertise silicones in their products? If they are bad, wouldn't they not mention them? And stylists always say "Don't use Pantene, it has alcohol in it" but when I compared the ingredients of a bottle of Matrix to Pantene, Matrix listed several of the exact same alcohols in their product that Panene uses as well. So, are they really bad for your hair or is that just a myth?
I have some clear silicone I purchased to do a construction job,I would like to know "what the difference between the two silicones is?"
how bad is it really? should i switch to 100% organic only and get rid of all products with sulfates and silicones. i want my hair to grow and be strong and healthy and not have breakage, would getting rid of sulfates and silicones help or change my hair for the better. if so, know any good shampoo's and conditioners? thanks.
i'm gauging my ear to a half inch,and i have the 7/16s taper and i accidently bought half inch silicone plugs so i figured after gauging to 7/16s i could just put the half inch silicones in but i've heard it could get stuck in my ear or cause an infection..is that true?or any advice on what to do?
I have really bumpy, pore-y skin and I need a good primer with silicones that will smooth everything out and make my foundation last. The thicker, the better! Any recommendations? I have quite dry skin, too...
I have silicone creme puffs made for jewelry purposes. Now, the puffs are dry. Is there any glue out there that would work to glue the silicone puffs to metal ring bases, metal type unknown (but has to be cheap jewelry metal since it didn't cost much). Thanks in advance.
I recently bought silicone molds for my muffins and I finally found my muse to try it. However, in most muffin/cupcake recipes, preheating your oven to 350 degrees is needed. On my molds there's a note that says they should not be used in an oven, hotter than 230 degrees. Can someone explain how exactly I can use my molds in this case?
I am thinking about maybe starting a business that creates silicone casing for products but dunno how too start. Who do I contact and how much would it cost too start? Is there a company that I can contact that makes these type of stuff?Any helps on how to make this possible? I don't have much money yet...
I have super curly hair and I have been using tresemme curl moisturizing conditioner for a long time. My stylist recently told me that it has silicones and is drying out my hair, which I think is true because it has seemed frizzier in the last six months. I just started deep conditioning with miriam quevedo gold and my hair seems a little better but I am still using tresemme daily. So basically what silicone-free conditioners for super curly hair do you recommend?
Ive been wanting to try silicon sheets to help reduce the size of a keloid scar. Are these available at any pharmacy, medical store? Or are they by prescription only.