HOW TO CLEAN THE GLASS ON A JOTUL WOODBURNING STOVE
Cleaning the glass on a woodburner
The woodburning stove we have at home is the popular Jotul F3. It has the airwash system which, in theory at least, keeps the stove glass clean. In our experience however some log types are worse than others. Last year’s oak, although it seemed fully seasoned, could have done with another year. Every time we burn it the glass gets very dirty.
It’s good to see the flames
Part of the pleasure of owning a woodburning stove in the dark winter evenings is to see the flames and their comforting glow. It’s easy to get rid of loose carbon from the glass – just a piece of screwed up newspaper will do the trick. But burned-on tar and creosote can be very hard to remove.
A better woodburning stove glass cleaner
The video below shows the glass on our Jotul being cleaned with Vistal Multi Surface Cleaner. It is quick and effective and is safe to use without gloves, has no smell and contains no strong chemicals.
One of the best things about Vistal is that you don’t need to use it purely as a woodburning stove glass cleaner. We use Vistal to clean the ceramic hob, and the oven, as well as many other jobs in the kitchen and bathroom. As a result, we have far fewer bottles of cleaning products under the sink.
To find out more about Vistal Multi Surface Cleaner and all of its many uses around your home and in your hobbies please go to our web site where you can buy online with free delivery in the UK.