Hello, I have a 2006 Harman Accentra, as well as an older P38. Just a general question...I am wondering if it would be any benefit to spray the firebox once in a while with creosote remover spray (either regular or stage 2 type) before lighting the stove. I wonder if these sprays can help dissolve any carbon or creosote deposits in the firebox and flue pipes to make cleaning the stove easier and cleaning the pipes easier. I know people say that pellet stoves dont create creosote but I think thats not true. I am wondering if these additives can help increase the burn temperature for a short time to compensate for older bags of pellets or even cheaper brands of pellets once in a while? I mean to rid extra unseen moisture from an old pellet or a cheap pellet? I'm not saying I want to buy cheap pellets, but sometimes the pellet manufacturers batches vary. Sometimes brands say premium hardwood, but aren't as good. Also, could a person ever add any of the granular creosote additive to the burn pot? I doubt it would work well to mix any in the hopper. Thanks.