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Easily Remove Smoke, Soot, Ceosote, Dirt from Masonry Fireplaces - Seekonk, MA

- Friday, July 12, 2013

Do you regularly use your hearth at home? If so, you may have soot on the fireplace front, the masonry above or around your fireplace, on the floor or up the inside of the chimney. Traditionally, this soot is very difficult to clean without damaging the facade. But now there is Paint 'N' Peel Fireplace Cleaner.

Now you can easily clean smoke and soot stained fireplace fronts and hearths without using a professional cleaning service.

The consistency of very thick paint or putty, you roll or paint the Paint 'N' Peel Fireplace Cleaner on the affected, soot-stained surface. Wait for it to dry and peel it off. It will peel off in a large sheet, and as you remove it, the soot is removed with it, leaving your wall, chimney, or fireplace front looking as good as new. The appearance of nearly all masonry surfaces will be restored.

It's waterless; paint it on, let it dry, and peel it off! No odor, no harsh chemicals, and all the tools you use are easily cleaned with soap and water.

ChimneySaver Paint "N" Peel Fireplace Cleaner is a water-based cleaning product that removes smoke, soot, creosote, and dirt stains from masonry fireplace fronts and hearths. This product can be used to clean most all masonry surfaces both interior/exterior, textured or smooth brick, stone, marble, granite, slate, tile, concrete, mortar, and limestone. Simply paint the product on the surface, allow it to dry, and then peel it off.

For more information contact Fireplace Showcase.


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