SKIMATERIA

P / R-Cut (polishing and roughing) with handle

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The blade is reversible and contains two edges P-Cut and two edges R-Cut. The different sickles are recognizable by the fact that the side of the P-Cut is high-gloss / polished, while the side of the R-Cut has a matt / gray surface. SKIMATERIA's sickles are high-quality precision tools with extremely sharp edges and they should therefore be handled carefully, ie the edges must be protected from blows and shocks as a damaged edge can impair the result when sickling.


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The blade is reversible and contains two edges P-Cut and two edges R-Cut. The different sickles are recognizable by the fact that the side of the P-Cut is high-gloss / polished, while the side of the R-Cut has a matt / gray surface. SKIMATERIA's sickles are high-quality precision tools with extremely sharp edges and they should therefore be handled carefully, ie the edges must be protected from blows and shocks as a damaged edge can impair the result when sickling.

P-Cut (polishing sickle)

The polishing sickle is used to "shave" off micro hairs on stone-cut skis. By using P-cut in combination with SKIMATERIA's wire brush, most ground structures are improved by cleaning the structure of the coating from micro-hair and polishing the coating. P-cut can also be used to "take down" an overly aggressive structure, for example in fresh snow.

Use

Pull lightly with the polishing sickle so that only the tops on the surface are felled. This gives a superfinish on the active sliding surfaces but with a maintained structure in general.

R-Cut (coarse sickle)

The coarse sickle is a sickle that easily and efficiently removes coating material. It is used to repair damage (scratches and heat damage) and to level the ski. It also creates a very fine structure suitable for cold before.

Use

Sickle away damage and unevenness on the coating with the coarse sickle. Brush out and polish with SKIMATERIA's steel brush R-Brush. Work from front to back, first in the direction of the arrow and then in the direction of the arrow for best effect. This is a very good starting point for further preparation. There are many possibilities for optimizing the structure. The principle is that the more water there is in the snow, the more / coarser the structure of the pavement.

NOTE! The edges are razor sharp and must be handled with great care. Be sure to dry the sickle dry after use and lubricate it with a little anti-rust oil to prevent rust from forming.

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