Cleaning Tips: All Finishes
Routine cleaning can be accomplished by simply using warm soapy water, and a non-abrasive cloth or sponge. Towel drying will help prevent water spots. If additional cleaning is necessary, mild household cleaners can be used. The use of solvents, abrasive cleaners, or products containing ammonia may damage the product’s finish, always test any cleaner solution in an inconspicuous area before applying it to the entire product.
Storing objects on the surface for extended periods of time may trap moisture and debris, and discolor or harm the finish. Placing hot items directly on any surface may also damage the finish. Hot ashes and exposure to ash debris over long periods of time may also cause damage. This type of damage is not covered under warranty.
More Tips: Stainless Finish
In addition to our tip for all finishes, products with a stainless finish may benefit from also using a stainless polishing or cleaning kit. Appliance and stainless steel cleaning solvents should never come in contact with any other painted surfaces. Spray the solvent onto a cloth and wipe only on the stainless surface to help eliminate overspray.
Glass Cleaning Tips
For regular cleaning of dust, smoke residue, or soot accumulation on the glass, glass cleaner or a mild household cleaner can remove this staining if cleaned regularly. Avoid cleaners that contain ammonia. Ensure that your fireplace enclosure and glass are at room temperature before cleaning. Apply the cleaning solution, and let soak for a few minutes before wiping clean. Repeat as necessary. Heavier, long-term build up may require the use of a glass cleaner specifically formulated for removing wood smoke residue.