Do creosote cleaning logs for the fireplace work?

Answer On One Hand: Reduces Chimney Build-upCreosote logs, also known as chimney sweeping logs, allow you to go longer between chimney-sweepings. The logs include a chemical that reacts to the creosote in... Read More »

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Do creasote fireplace logs work?

On One Hand: Creosote Logs Are Safe for Home UseThe Chimney Safety Institute of America accepts and certifies creosote sweeping fireplace logs when used in the home as part of a comprehensive chimn... Read More »

How do I Reduce Creosote on Fireplace Glass?

Creosote is a dangerous substance that builds up on the inside of a chimney and fireplace due to the mixture of water, ash and fire-burning chemicals. Creosote has the potential to catch on fire or... Read More »

How much creosote should be in a chimney before cleaning?

Your chimney may require cleaning once per year or every few weeks, depending on use and conditions. Wood stoves build creosote (soot) faster than fireplaces. Generally, you should clean after ever... Read More »

When were gas fireplace logs invented?

Robert H. Peterson, an engineer, invented gas fireplace logs in 1947. This invention was started as a way to keep fireplace logs stoked and burning for longer amounts of time.References:Core77: Rea... Read More »