Kygourzjust bring it to a good shop, spend the 30 dollars and let it be their problem itll be a lot easier than dicking around with it for a ton of time
I work at a shop, I used the tools at the shop I work at, asked a coworker for suggestions. Took them to a different shop last spring (I didn't work at a shop at the time) and was told I should spend an hour sharpening them by hand with a file.
I'm wondering if maybe some shops have something better than the standard hand tools (files and file guides). The shop I work at doesn't.
Thanks for the suggestion though