Great ski those 85's. First thing to do is check the bases to be sure they are flat from tip to tail. If not flat they need a base grind. If they get a base grind, have the edges beveled at the same time. 1 degree base edge bevel, 3 degree side edge bevel. Then get a few tools to maintain the side edges, leave the base edge alone. A dedicated side edge bevel tool and a couple diamond files and a gummy don't cost much and will keep your edges sharp.
You can pop a file into your edge tool and bevel the side edges yourself if you do not get a base grind/bevel. I hit mine nearly every day after skiing, only takes a couple minutes. You probably also need an iron, a scraper, some wax and a brush. PM Alpinord or check out his site at http://www.slidewright.com
for good deals on quality tools and wax. Thats what I do, others will chime in, go from there.