The inside of the glass fire bowl is very smooth and comparable to a fireplace pane. On the outside, it is a lit tle more open-pored and rough. On the outside, dirt is very difficult to remove, please pay attention when using it.
Black soot deposits can be found in all areas where solid, liquid or gaseous fuels are burned. As the carbon residue cools after burning, it remains as black particles and settles on the inside of the fire bowl.
It is also advisable to remove the ash after each use. Ideally, the inside of the fire bowl should be thoroughly cleaned once or twice a year. Depending on what wood is being burned, the amount of cleaning required may vary. Well-seasoned and dry wood burns cleaner and therefore requires less effort to clean than damp or resinous wood.
Tip! To clean your fire bowl from soot, you can also resort to particularly inexpensive and environmentally friendly home remedies. Especially a combination of vinegar and baking soda is perfect to get your fire bowl clean again. To do this, mix some baking soda with regular household vinegar. Once a thick paste is formed, you can apply it to the sooty areas with crepe paper or newspaper. After a few minutes of soaking, you can now clean the inside of the dish with a damp sponge.
Alternatively, you can use commercial oven or glass cleaners. However, always wear gloves when using chemical cleaners. Wearing protective goggles is also recommended. If necessary, please observe further instructions from the manufacturer.
Do not use sharp-edged objects for cleaning, as they could damage the inside of your bowl.
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