What he said...
Originally Posted by Lostboy
If you get a big ding or a lot of small ones on your edges, a coarse stone run over the hardened area(s) followed by a file and then stones will speed the job along. Short of that, I rarely use a file on my skis. Diamond stones and a gummi stone are my weapons of choice.
I have two SKS3000 Swing Cut Multi-Tools, one loaded with an Aluminun oxide stone/tungsten carbide file combo, the other with two ceramic stones. If nothing much happened, the unit with two ceramic stones is fine. If I was training on hard ice, I promise my edges are dull. One pass with the stone/tunsten file followed by the ceramic stones is de riguer
, in that case...