How to Clean Fireplace Soot
Winter’s begun… and for those of us with wood burning fireplaces, that means there is a very dirty centerpiece in the wall of the living room.
1. Use your normal household glass cleaner with a side of elbow grease.
2. If you need a tougher cleaner, use one of our tough cleaners.
It’s easiest to clean often!
(If you have a gas stove instead, you should be fine with glass cleaner.)
1. Doris, our resident cleaning guru, recommends a smoke-off sponge. You can find this at most of your hardware stores. Use it dry.
2. Afterwards, use a masonry brick cleaner, which we carry here at Stover Hearth & Patio.
If you’re in the area of Frederick, MD, be sure to drop in and ask!