First time - ever

BillsWS Posted By BillsWS, Jan 17, 2013 at 11:22 AM

  1. BillsWS

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    Cleaned my chimney today, first time I have ever cleaned a chimney. I was very impressed at how clean it was. I was also impressed how neat and clean the cat looked when I inspected it. Overall a very satisfied with my Blaze King Princess and install.

    Below zero this morning so a good day to clean and fire up the stove. I will keep it going now for as long as this cold snap lasts at least. I consider myself a part time burner. Thanks to all who offered advice on my other thread about cleaning a chimney.

    Bill in the U.P.
     
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  2. Beer Belly

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    Congrats !!!
     
  3. Jags

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    Must be doing something right.:p
     
  4. corey21

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    Glad to here it congrats.
     
  5. jdp1152

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    Guess you solved your smoke spillage issue and your wife is happier?
     
  6. Backwoods Savage

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    By the looks of things you'll be keeping that stove humming for the next couple of weeks! I see Marquette at 9 right now at 3:55 pm
     
  7. aansorge

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    Good to check it since the Princess is new. After awhile you'll relax and see that a once a year cleaning in the summer is all you will need as long as you are burning dry wood.
     

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