How to Keep Your Fireplace Glass Clean

by Ryan Rackley March 17, 2020

How to Keep Your Fireplace Glass Clean

Let's face it, a fireplace can draw the most attention in a room. When it's lit on cold and wintry seasons, the dancing flames create an ambiance of warmth and comfort of being at home. As we want our family and guests to enjoy the relaxing ambiance for the longest time possible, it makes great sense to preserve it. One very important step is cleaning the fireplace glass to keep it clear.

Soot buildup

For wood burning fireplaces, using wood that has not dried up completely causes a soot buildup on a fireplace glass. This sooty film gets "baked" over time that they become too tough to remove.

That difficulty aside, watching a flaming and crackling firewood through a darkened glass is certainly half the fun. It ruins the charm.

The Magic of Bring-It-On Cleaner

Good thing there's a super cleaner in our midst!

Bring-It-On Cleaner is a wonderful product that can clean off a darkened fireplace glass -- no sweat. While this cleaner is meant to remove hard water spots on windows, shower doors, bathroom tiles, and other surfaces frequented by water drips and flows, they are just as effective on murky fireplace glasses as well. Thus, adding this to your list is a no-brainer.

 

Bring Out the New in Your Fireplace Glass

Ready to brighten your fireplace glass? Let's Bring-It-On!

  1. Grab your Bring-It-On Cleaner along with the following:
  • an absorbent cloth or towel to be placed underneath the glass door to catch drippings (if any)
  • Bring-It-On Cleaner Drill Scrub Pad and a kitchen scratch pad as applicators
  • Smear an enough amount of Bring-It-On Cleaner all over the darkened glass surface.
  • Attach a Bring-It-On Drill Scrub Pad to a drill and work it on the entire glass door, slowly at first to avoid splatters.
  • For hard-to-clean edges, grab the non-abrasive scratch pad and scrub the area.
  • Once you're sure that all the soot has been scrubbed off, wipe away the solution with a dry towel.
  • Cleaning your fireplace glass is easy. To maintain its sparkle, use the Bring-It-On fire glass cleaner every two weeks or as often as needed, and keep that fireplace burning to warm your hearts and home.

     




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