Gas Fireplace burner
Gas fireplace units are found in many homes, providing the home with a fireplace option that eliminates the smoke, soot and other debris associated with a traditional wood-burning fireplace. Less overall maintenance is required to keep the gas fireplace functioning as it should, but the proper cleaning routine used one to two times per year keeps the fireplace burning properly and the burners free of buildup and residue. Remember to avoid any flammable cleaning ingredients when caring for your fireplace.
Turn off the gas valve to the burners. Ensure the burners are completely cool before cleaning.
Run your vacuum cleaner's hose attachment over the burners to collect loose buildup.
Scrub stuck-on residue off of the burners, using a soft cleaning brush. Continue until all sticky debris is lifted.
Run the vacuum hose attachment over the burners one more time to collect any leftover dirt that was lifted by the brush.
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Dreffco 18" NG Powder Coated Steel Complete Fireplace Dual Row Burner Pan Kit
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