Clean chimney disc cheap with ash - with photo guide
Stove good and beautiful, great warmth, coziness - who has a, knows that. BUT at some point you can hardly see the beautiful Geflacker, because the disc is sooty.
In the meantime, I have tried all sorts of tips and have come to the firm conclusion that cleaning with ashes is the best and cheapest. Therefore, I use this tip again as the most effective and cheapest brushing method and hope that it will be published anyway.
All you need is a kitchen roll and water - the ashes are in the fireplace anyway.
So that everyone can see how great this works, my son photographed me while cleaning. A step-by-step documentation, so to speak.
Step 1: Remove wood residues
Remove ashes and wood residues, leave some ash in the oven
Step 2: Wet kitchen paper
The kitchen paper needs to be wet
Step 3: Pick up the ash with the cloth
Dab in the ash, make sure that there are no large lumps, otherwise scratched possibly the disc
Step 4: Clean the disc
Start with circular movements. After a short time you can see first successes.
For stubborn dirt - usually at the bottom - it takes a little longer
Step 5: Lubricate the disc completely
Everything beautifully smeared
Step 6: Wet the chimney
Wipe everything with wet kitchen paper ...
Step 7: Dry the chimney disc
... then dry with a dry paper towel
Done - what a difference!
I wish you much fun cleaning.