Fireplace Doors Guide

How to Clean Fireplace Glass Doors

Tuesday, November 18, 2008 Posted by Sarah M
Picture this- You have completed your hearth décor with some great looking fireplace glass doors. You are enjoying each fire showcased by your beautiful new enclosures, but after a while you notice that your fireplace glass doors have collected some unpleasant things. This residue, that is caused variables in your fire, can create a nasty build up on your fireplace glass door. You will need to clean your fireplace glass doors regularly to keep them residue-free and looking their best. Cleaning a fireplace glass door is not a difficult task but if done incorrectly can ruin your enclosure. I am going to point out a few tricks of the trade in how to clean fireplace glass doors safely and efficiently.

First things first- GET THE RIGHT CLEANING PRODUCT. There are a lot of different myths of what is the best thing to use when cleaning the soot off your glass doors. Depending on what kind of fireplace you have determines what cleaner is best for you. Using the wrong cleaner can make ugly streaks or scratches on your nice fireplace glass doors. So, which product do I recommend? Here are some of my suggestions:
For a gas fireplace, I would advise using White-Off Fireplace Glass Cleaner. It is a cream solution rather than the normal spray-on cleaners. The White-Off glass cleaning cream is made to remove the white residue on your fireplace glass doors that is created by gas log fires. It is a guaranteed non-abrasive cleaner that will remove the residue without scratching your glass. The White-Off Fireplace Glass Cleaner does not only clean fireplace glass doors. It can also be used on ceramic cook-tops, stainless steel, composite sinks and fiberglass showers.

For a wood-burning fireplace, I recommend the Fireplace Glass and Hearth Cleaner. It is a spray-on and wipe-off type of cleaner that will not run. That’s right- it’s a spray-on cleaner that sticks to the glass without running down to the floor. This thick “Ultra-Cling” formula makes it easy for you to remove creosote, soot, and grime off your fireplace glass doors. The Fireplace Glass and Hearth Cleaner can also be used to clean different surfaces of your hearth that have been claimed by the grime.

Another product to consider is the Pellet Stove Glass Cleaner. It can be used to clean fireplace or woodstove glass doors as well as coal burning appliances. It is a streak-free cleaner that is easy to use because of the pump-spray nozzle design. The Pellet Stove Glass Cleaner will remove the residue from your fireplace glass doors that is left behind after a great fire.

Cleaning fireplace glass doors has never been easier thanks to new products that have developed over the years. You do not need to keep gambling if you are going to scratch the glass or not while you try to scrap off the grime with a razor blade. Put the razor down and pick up a great fireplace glass door cleaner and wipe your worries away. These efficient and easy to use cleaning supplies will save you time and money!


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