I had a full tune including stone grind, ptex, and edge sharpening at a local shop in December. That likely corrected some but not all of this season's base edge damage from rocks. Then I skied three consecutive days on them and suffered a pretty big rock hit from skiing powder covered rock.
My Mantras show visible burrs and other unevenness on the base edges from the several encounters with rocks. Worst section is directly underfoot. Side edges have been cleaned up satisfactorily with a 2 degree guide, moonflex diamond stones and stone kit. I don't have a 1 degree base bevel guide.
I freehanded the roughest part of the base damage with the 100 grit moonflex but then decided to be more cautious.
I note my GF's newer skis show a sharper edge than mine with the beat up base edges as tested with a fingernail.
My bases look mostly true as tested with a true bar and flash light. My bases are otherwise in good shape with good structure and no major ptex work needed.
What are my best options?