The Chimney Cleaning Log
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If you are burning wood, then your chimney will be building up harmful deposits of tar and creosote, which can be a major cause of chimney fires. When you burn the chimney cleaning log, it’s a mixture of special minerals coat and adheres to the creosote in your chimney.
The minerals work to reduce the tar and creosote and so the potential for a chimney fire diminishes. Over a period of 2 weeks, a chemical reaction will take place and the creosote in your chimney may become brittle and begin to flake away. As you continue to burn wood during this 2 week period, the heat from the fires will treat the creosote and may cause the creosote to disperse as a fine powder or break away from the chimney wall and fall back into the firebox in the form of small particles. It is recommended to use a chimney sweep afterwards. Use every 60 fires.