Glaze inside stove

Ctwoodtick Posted By Ctwoodtick, Jul 11, 2019 at 10:43 PM

  1. Ctwoodtick

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    late last burning season I experimented with lower burn temps in my insert. I got a a bit of glazing on the inside back of stove. Intended to have some hot fires that would burn it off but a fair amount of it remained. In this off season from the stove, should this be removed or is it fine to just leave it until the fall when I can again try to to cook it off? I ask because it is pretty hard to remove when I had toughed it with poker. Chimney liner was free of any glaze, BTW.
     
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  2. kennyp2339

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    I'd leave it, burn short hot fires in the fall, it shouldn't be caustic if that's what your thinking.
     
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  3. EatenByLimestone

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    I'd leave it too.
     
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  4. Woodsplitter67

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    I agree.. leave it. Its in the box. If it was.in the pipe this would be a different conversation.
     
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