If you have a wood burner and you use it regularly, there is a high chance that dirt has built up on the front glass. When you use the log burner, the excess from the burning wood will land and stay on the glass and this soot can often be difficult to remove. Fortunately, the team at Me and My Glass have created an infographic that explains the process of cleaning your stove and our easy to follow five step process can make your glass panel look as good as new.
Once you have followed the steps and it’s all clean, it’s important to know how you can prevent dirt and grim building up on the panel. One of the most important things to consider is to make sure you are burning the right fuels in your wood burner. Burning the wrong type in your firebox can lead to a blackened stove glass. The type of logs you should be burning are known as ready to burn logs, which are specifically dried logs and are designed to reduce build up.