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During the summer we give our fireplaces a rest and prepare for the arrival of low temperatures. This break in the seasons is normally used for a more thorough and careful cleaning.

But don’t forget that:

  • During the winter you should also clean periodically for a good functioning of the fireplace;
  • You must wait at least eight hours since you last turned on the fireplace to clean it, so that there is no risk to your health or to the functionality of the equipment;
  • Use a soft cloth moistened with bioethanol for the surface of the combustion zone;
  • Never use abrasive products or materials;
  • For the glass use a liquid with warm water.

Cleaning a bioethanol fireplace is easy, simple and safe as long as you respect the rules for handling and operating these appliances.