Silly question...

chrisasst Posted By chrisasst, Jan 30, 2013 at 5:13 PM

  1. chrisasst

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    Has any one ever sprayed pam cooking spray type stuff on their stoves glass to try and keep the ash off...
     
  2. jtakeman

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    No such thin is a silly question! :p

    Never tried it but assume it would make the glass sticky and ash will collect on it. I could be wrong, It could make it slick and nothing could stick. IDK, But a glass polish used to work for a little while on my old quad. Without it it would crud up in minutes literally!
     
  3. imacman

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    Hey, remember this? Chris, you can put a message on the inside of the glass, and keep it clean too!
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    Not made anymore, but the replacement for it is "Window Wax"
     
  4. Bioburner

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    Most stove glass is not glass but ceramic. Can discolor or harm if you don't use approved products.
     
  5. imacman

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    We know that. You're ruining all our fun. ;lol
     
  6. Bioburner

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    Replacing glass is not fun or cheap. I once seen a large fireplace glass go and it sounded like fingernails on a chalkboard. Then had to contend with a large open fire. Its to cold out to go without a nice fire. Stay warm, Canada left the door open again.
     

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