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Clean glass on a woodburner adds sparkle to your home. The flames (behind glass) are very lively and cheerful.
Glass on a woodburner gets dirty from burning wet wood or wood with a lot of resin in it. Gradually it gets so dirty it's not possible to ...
The cleaning kit is simple and cheap. The only item which needs to be purchased is the rubber glove. A plastic bag stores the rubber glove. A rag ...
Wet the rag by dipping it into the clean water.
Dip the wet rag into the ash paste or into the ash in the firebox.
Keep rubbing, adding more ash and turning the rag over until the burnt-on dirt is gone.
Wipe the film off with the folded up newspaper squares. Fold the square over and back on itself to expose clean sides. When too dirty or wet to ...
This photo was taken from the same position as the dirty glass in step number one. It took less than ten minutes to clean up. The dirtier the ...
Roll up the top sheet of the newspaper that was protecting the floor with the rag and smaller pieces of newspaper. Throw away. Fold up the rest of ...
Now you can enjoy the cheerful flames for awhile until it is time to clean the glass again. It doesn't take long, can be done when there is ...
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