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Cleaning wood stove glass #8793187 02/01/23 06:44 PM
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What do y’all use to clean creasote from the inside of glass on your wood stove? It’s been so long since I did it, I can’t remember what I used. I do remember I had to replace a gasket after cleaning last time, hoping to find something not as caustic.
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I don't know about glass but the chimney people told us to use oven cleaner on the bricks of our fireplace. Ie - EZ Off oven cleaner Professional strength.


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We just get some damp newspaper and dip it in the ashes and wipe the glass down til clean. Then we just clean it with wet paper towels. Works good.


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Originally Posted by PriddyTxHunter
We just get some damp newspaper and dip it in the ashes and wipe the glass down til clean. Then we just clean it with wet paper towels. Works good.

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I’ll give that try after the cold spell.



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Originally Posted by 68rustbucket
Originally Posted by PriddyTxHunter
We just get some damp newspaper and dip it in the ashes and wipe the glass down til clean. Then we just clean it with wet paper towels. Works good.

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I’ll give that try after the cold spell.

This is what I do too. If you don't have any newspaper handy, those blue shop paper towels work almost as well.


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Razor blade scraper then newspaper and water + elbow grease


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90+% rubbing alcohol.

Wait til there is no fire. scared


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Nice stove BTW.


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