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Posted by Rodney on May 31, 2011 at 12:36:15:

In Reply to: Creosote in the Chimney... posted by RobG in CT on May 31, 2011 at 11:52:16:

Spray some Greased Lightning in your exhaust. Let it set, and hose it out. Depending on the build up, you may have to repeat this process of use a stiff wire brush, but Greased Lightning works great at removing creosote. Don't just take it from me. Ask Roy of Tarheel Smokers. He's in the fireplace business.

Yes, they sponsor me . . . . . but the stuff just works.

Rod


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