With the recent ice storm (we call it that, at least) coating trees with 1/2 to one inch of ice, I have many downed trees on my property and need to do some saw work. My chainsaw is dull, although the chain is only a few months old, and I was wondering what the best way to sharpen it is. I would rather not buy the Dremel set if it requires buying the whole Dremel set up also.
I also have a limb or bow saw that I picked up cheap at an estate sale. It is a nice, old-fashioned, well-constructed tool, but it starts to bind up once I get about an inch deep into the wood. It looks to be straight and unwarped and feels decently sharp. Any suggestions?
Hope the rest of y'all don't get such a storm as this one that paralyzed the city for almost 3 days!