Wood Heaters – maintenance tips

Wood heater glass cleaner

It’s normal to get some black build up on your wood heater glass door over time. It’s usually just soot, but it can also be *creosote.

But what’s the point of having a cozy wood fire, if you can’t see the
flames, right?

We’ve tested quite a few cleaning products over the years, but our
favourite by far is Ruco.
It’s quick acting, leaves no residue and brings your glass up beautifully with very little effort.
Ruco also offer a money back guarantee, so you can’t go wrong.
Be sure to check it out....and just in case you’re wondering, this is not a paid promotion – we just love the product!

*Creosote is a by product of excess smoke generated when the heater is not operated properly, or the moisture content in the wood is too high. It can build up in the flue,
restricting the flue draft and ultimately the performance of your heater. If it becomes too
blocked, it can lead to a flue fire.

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