Cleaning the glass on a wood burning stove
As the nights start to draw in and feel a little cooler there’s nothing better than relaxing with a glass of wine (or strong cup of Yorkshire tea) in front of a log burner after a hard day working from home….
Despite all the various air wash, clean burn and tertiary air etc systems the stove glass still soots or fogs up depending on what you are burning, obstructing the beautiful view of your fire. We’ve tried all sorts over the years from using ash & newspaper to the harsh chemical stove glass cleaners which can damage paintwork and furnishings if you don’t use them very carefully.
The best way we have found for cleaning the wood burning stove in our Office is with Azpro Professional Glass Cleaner – cleans brilliantly without the need to protect everything when cleaning. We recommend using the glass cleaner when you start to see cloudiness on the stove glass – simply spray on, allow the glass cleaner to penetrate then wipe with kitchen paper (you’ll be surprised how much dirt there is on your stove glass and it will wreck your best dusters in no time), more than one application may be required. Try to not let tar build up as this can be very difficult to remove though a little elbow grease with Azpro Professional Glass Cleaner and a non-stick pan scourer or our Beartex grey polishing discs will remove it, allow the glass cleaner to penetrate for about 1 minute then scrub with the grey Beartex disc or non stick scourer. Again depending on how much tar there is on your stove glass more than one application may be required.
Cleaning your stove glass regularly with AZPRO Proffesional Glass Cleaner will give you more time to sit back and enjoy your beautiful wood burner.
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