You all have seen it, and it's a well known fact that High Carbon Steel (or whatever the manufacturers choose) gets surface rust in a matter of moments if not stored in a vacuum. Some of us are fortunate enought to store our skis in a vacuum.
I usually tune my skis up and the end of the season to keep em nice and sealed all summer so they don't dry the base out, BUT then I end up having rusty edges come the next season.
I've debated on coating them with petroleum jelly (vaseline). or even putting them in a air tight bag with dessicant in a sock in the bag but have tried neither. This topic just came to mind as I go to drop my sharks off to be adjusted to my new dragon100s.
So the begging question is this:
What ideas have you come up with to keep your skis edges minty fresh after the season?