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Binding grease

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I edge and wax my own skis so they have never been seen by a ski service tech and bindings never checked by a techy. I do visually check the bindings (marker griffon) and also adjust the din setting up and down once a season to make sure nothing is jammed including toe plate movement. However it has crossed my mind about greasing anything. They have done 9 weeks of skiing.

Should I be greasing anything and if so what type of grease should be used?
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