I want to detune the edges of my new skis so I can hit my summer setup (PVC rails) because sharp edges get caught a ton especially when the skis are brand new. I have a metal file to do it and I know how I am just curious as to if I can actually ruin my skis if I manage to do it wrong, basically I have seen most everywhere that you just file down the underfoot edges at 45 degrees, but when do you stop?
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No, but a file is way WAY too aggressive for detuning. The only time you should ever put a file to a ski edge is if you fucked them over really badly on rocks and are trying to get an edge back (using the proper file guide of course). Try a gummi stone.
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