By Laurie from Mount Olive, MS
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Great ideas, guys! I need to clean my fireplace too.
By Randa Wagner 06/03/2009
I would use awesome from dollar tree. I used it to clean the wood around my fireplace and it took it all off.
By Cyinda 05/31/2009
When we had a house fire the cleaning pros came in & used the coolest thing! They used a dry-cleaning "Soot Sponge" Here's more info:
The last URL is the cheapest.
Fore more info, just Google "Soot Sponge" or "Dry Cleaning Sponge"...
To get down into the groves, Use "Scrubbing Bubbles" bathroom cleaner & a toothbrush. Spray the scrubbing bubbles on (or a $1 store knock-off) then leave it sit for a minute or 2 then wipe the grime off with an old towel. After you have most of it off, spray it on again & use a toothbrush in the groves. Other cleaners won't work, you need a spray-on bathroom cleaner (the kind in a can, NOT products like "Fantastic" in a spray bottle). Also, places that sell woodstoves have amazing products & cleaners for this.
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I would like to know the best product or method to clean soot from bricks, which are around an internal fire place.
Thanks for any help,
Bob from New Zealand
By Susan from Hamilton
I have black soot on the bricks surrounding my fireplace. I need to find a way to remove the black soot from the bricks of the fireplace outside the fireplace itself. Is there a soot remover? It's really ugly looking at my fireplace.
By Wendelle from Tucson, AZ
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