Hi. I just got my yearly order from Tognar and decided to do a tune up. This involved a ptex repair. I had this tool, but I was a little wary. It looked kind of sketchy for my base... I found this video and copied the action in which they used the surform tool --- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERMDhZbWiy4
Just In case I decided to see what it did to my old 210s. Pulling was okay, but pushing was where the tool really cut into the base and definitely left some scratches. So after watching the video, I copied Scott's action by pulling the tool over the repair, I noticed a small series of scratches. Once I finished and scraped, it was definitely a rough repair... Now I don't mind much because a stone grind will fix it, and I'm not a racer so And I don't want to blame the tool, as the video resulted in an awesome repair, but I was wondering if someone can give me advice on future jobs. Thanks!
BTW I use the tognar base repair iron and ptex ribbon for my repairs