Cleaning the Fireplace
If you have a wood or pellet burning fireplace with a glass front, there is a good chance that there is a buildup of dirty and dangerous soot and creosote. As you can see on this pellet burning fireplace, there is a buildup of very tough oil residue. Fortunately, CWP ProSeries CL-5525 Professional Grade Cleaning, make sure work of it. First, make sure the surface is cool. Then, just spray it on, let it work for a few minute sand wipe it off with a paper towel. For really baked on stuff, repeat the process.
- Most fireplace doors are removable. To avoid the product running, or should you need to let is work a bit longer, remove the doors, place them on a work table and then clean
- Do you have soot on you stone, wood or painted mantle? ProClean CL-5525 is safe to use on all these surfaces. For painted and wood surfaces, just spray and wipe. Repeat the process for tougher deposits. For stone mantles, spray the stone with a light coating of water. Then spray on ProClean CL-5525. Use a plastic bristle brush to gently scrub the affected areas. Rinse with a sponge and a buck of water. You may need to repeat the process a couple times for heavier deposits but keep the rinse water clean while you do.
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