Fireplace Glass Cleaner

by Ryan Rackley July 14, 2016

Fireplace Glass Cleaner

The problem with wood burning fireplaces is that overtime your fireplace glass begins to darken from the smoke residue. After a while you cannot even see the flames and loose the ambiance of the fire. This is an ongoing problem throughout the winter, so you need to find a fireplace glass cleaner that will remove the dark residue from the glass doors. 

Fire glass cleaners are a dime a dozen, they claim that there's a specific product out there for only this application. In reality I have stumbled on a product that will not only clean my fireplace glass, but will clean my shower doors outside windows sinks and much more.

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Not only did I find the perfect cleaning product but I found the perfect applicator for cleaning fireplace glass. The product is called the Bring It On Cleaner it is a hard water spot remover that works on hard surfaces like glass tile, however works amazing on glass fireplace doors. The applicator is called the Drill Scrub Brushes and Pads, they take all the scrubbing out of the equation, however do not scratch the glass and clean it perfectly. 

Take the Bring It On fireplace glass cleaner and wipe it all over the dark glass doors. Place a towel underneath the door to prevent the product from dripping. Use the Drill Scrub Pads and slowly begin to activate the drill to avoid flipping the product around.

To clean the fireplace glass close to the edges, use a kitchen scratch pad that is non abrasive and repeat the same process. When the glass doors are clean wipe the product off with a dry towel.

Use the Bring It On fire glass cleaner once every two weeks, or more frequently if you use your fireplace daily.




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