In spite of all the care of the stove, it is necessary to perform their regular cleaning. This extends their performance, durability and is also a nice view, especially with regard to the glass door of the fireplace stove.
In spite of all the care of the stove, it is necessary to perform their regular cleaning. This extends their performance, durability and is also a nice view, especially with regard to the glass door of the fireplace stove
Door fitted with glass
The fireplace door is provided with special heat-resistant glasses that are resistant to high temperature fluctuations and are not subject to heat shocks. In the event of breakage, it is caused by mechanical action, by impact or forced closing of the door, etc.
The glass doors of the fireplace stove are mostly polluted due to the way the stove is operated and the type of fuel used. Proper heating, secondary air regulation and the use of dry and suitable fuel can prevent these problems.
Cleaning the glass doors of the fire door Door glass in the fireplace stoves can only be cleaned if the stove is cold. For cleaning, you can simply use a moistened newspaper wrapped in ash. It is not at all appropriate to use any abrasive materials or chemical preparations for cleaning if they are not designed to clean the glass of the fireplace door.
How to prevent glass pollution
It is necessary to ensure an adequate chimney draft and its regular maintenance. Observe the correct method of ignition and use appropriate fuel in a reasonable amount. The correct setting of the secondary air supply will create a heat in the fire that will be optimal for maintaining the cleanliness of the glass doors of the fireplace stove.
Wood suitable for fireplace stoves
Even the best fireplace stoves will not be well heated if we burn them with inappropriate fuel. Not only do we not warm up, but also inappropriate heating and shorten the life of the fireplace stoves. For heating in the fireplace, the most suitable, dry and hardwood that burns with a radiant flame and produces a number of hot coals and a small amount of ash. Ideal is oak, beech, ash, hornbeam.