HOW DOES IT
Midlands Ltd, Headland Road, Welford On Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 8EX.
Residual Buildup - Carbon
and Tar Deposits With use, the chimney builds up tar and carbon residue, as a
byproduct of fire. This is a danger that you cannot openly perceive, yet is real
and growing. The main source of these deposits are the wood you burn. In
consuming itself, wood releases tar, dirt, and ash.
The Cleaning Log is easy to
use - no special knowledge or skills are required, and no real effort need be
extended.Simply follow the directions for use to achieve a complete cleaning of
the inside surface of your chimney. The Cleaning Log is packaged in an
the Chimney Cleaning log
The Cleaning Log
has a composition that creates a "catalytic" action (it is non-corrosive.)
During the Cleaning Log burning process, active elements diffuse and deposit
themselves in a homogenous manner on the inside of your chimney. These elements
dry out, and soften residual tar. The tar will then breakaway from the chimney's
walls and fall in the fireplace.