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“Make it shine again.” A homemade recipe for cleaning a dirty fireplace

Follow-up – Lujain Ismail:

Before winter arrives, it’s essential to make sure your fireplace stays clean. This is because maintaining proper function requires checking the firebox every spring. There is a way to clean a dirty stove without damaging the interior or exterior. Find out how to clean your stove with the materials you usually use every day.

  • Protect the floor near the fireplace by closing any nearby doors and windows.
  • Make sure the stove is turned off before starting cleaning. Also, make sure the stove glass is cold before you start.
  • To clean glass heaters, use a cloth dipped in vinegar to scrub the heater.
  • White vinegar is acidic, which helps remove soot from glass.
  • Using baking soda to clean glass can help you remove dirt without damaging the surface.
  • Also, you can use baking soda to clean dirty glass.

Ash

  • Simply collect the newspapers and form them into balls before wetting them and rolling them in powdered ash. Then, simply scrub
  • Two tablespoons of chalk powder should be added to the mixture.
  • Denatured alcohol mixed with 1 tablespoon of isopropyl alcohol produces an appropriate concentration.
  • A few drops of dish soap are enough for a correct wash.
  • Mix all these ingredients and add a little water to form a paste.
  • Apply the paste to a soft sponge and scrub the glass until all dirt is removed. Then dry the glass with a soft cloth.

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