Bricks of our fireplaces usually become dirt and stained pretty quickly, especially if the fireplace is used regularly. If you look for an effective, yet relatively easy and cheap method of cleaning fireplace bricks, you are quite lucky: you visited the right place – below you can find several advices regarding this topic and we hope that after using them your fireplace will look as gorgeous as it was looking the day you used it for the very first time.

Enjoy!It may sound strange, but…

Enjoy!
It may sound strange, but an essential part of your fireplace bricks cleaning equipment is a bucket filled with warm water and a stiff bristled brush – these items are invaluable on every stage of cleaning. The first stage should be scrubbing the bricks with brush and warm water: this allows you to remove regular grime and dirt. If there remained any soot stains on your fireplace bricks, then try to apply children’ s modeling dough on these stains, leave for a moment and then very carefully remove the dough( this way you won’ t damage the top layer of a brick ).

Smoke stains, however, are a…

Smoke stains, however, are a different story: these should be removed with a paste made of baking soda and water – just scrub the remaining smoke stains with that paste and brush and they should disappear. Then rinse the fireplace with clear warm water and check for remaining stains – there shouldn’ t be any, but in case there is something left, it is the high time to use some commercial fireplace brick cleaner.