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Rutland Safe-T-Flue Chimney Cleaner, 5-Pound
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- A couple of scoops a few times per week. Keeping your chimney clean and safe couldn't be easier than this
- Attacks and cleans out soot and creosote deposits from your flue
- Use in any wood or coal fire and keep your chimney safe and clean
- 5 pounds provides 40-60+ treatments
- Best for masonry flues
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It works well to clean the soot and black build up on the glass door of my insert. I just dampen a green scrungee pad and pat a little of the chimney cleaner on it and scrub it on the dirty glass. This is the best thing I have found yet for that purposes.
Used this over the entire season. When I went to clean the chimney it was a breeze! The creosote that wasn't powdery was very crystalized and brushed off easily. When I finished the chimney was clear and clean with only a little black ash in the crevises. (I have a stainless steel chimney, smooth).
I throw in a small scoop every day when the fire is nice and hot so the chemical travels the max distance upward.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This works, I went a month without it and the shiny black tar came back and was not ash like from when I was using it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by skycamper
We have used this product in the past and have been very pleased. The convenience and fast delivery is great.Published 6 months ago by Mary G
Good stuff! I can hear the soot cracking off the pipe when I re-start a fire. Combined with a brush this thing is great.Published 13 months ago by Critter
works very well. it seems to keep the creosote in a powdered form. I recommended it to a friend and he had the same result when he cleaned his chimney which had always had a... Read morePublished 15 months ago by T.D.
Use a scoop every third or fourth night in my closed wood furnace. Turned my thick glassy creosote to a manageable powder.Published 15 months ago by Tyler Musselman
I use a wood/coal stove for heat.Had alot of trouble with creosote building up in my 6" stainless metalbestos stove pipe. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Charles WV