Clean that Glass...

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by G-rott, Oct 19, 2006.

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  1. lbcynya

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    I second this stuff. Had really dirty glass from a failed attempt to get a good overnight burn. I used this with a scotch brite bad the the crud melted away. Doesn't leave a residue, just let it dry like wax and wipe it off.
     
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  2. DriftWood

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    The creosote covering glass is water soluble. I get a paper towel very we wet and clean the entire glass surface. Clean as much glass as is possible with the wet towel. Get a new wet paper towel touch an area of ash with the towel. Clean the glass again with this ash covered wet towel on to very black areas. Repeat as many times as needed to clean the glass.
     
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    Same thing here, a wet paper towel always does the job.
     
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