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So this summer I've been using my Chronics with FKS 120s on a buddy's summer setup, and to say the least, they have gotten pretty dirty. So I was wondering, what pre-cautions should I take to prepare my bindings for the ski season? Any good ways to clean them? Should I oil them or anything? You insight would be appreciated. Thanks.
i would hose them down and then let them dry. then apply some grease to all the joints liek where the heel piece pivots and releases. that seems to be where the grease is on my new bindings and maybe a little on the toe piece. im not sure what grease to use though. rossi's website may have binding care stuff
Go to a hardware store and get some low temp grease. I dont know man.. grease is grease but you're probably going to need a grease gun unless you're willing to get dirty. If you buy a gun be sure to get a good one or you will hate using it.