Cleaning MES Window Without Any Chemicals At All

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I think you'll be glad you did, if you do.
However if you let it go a long time, whether you use ashes, which was the original reason for this thread, or any other cleaner, it would be a good idea to remove much of it with a razor blade first.

Bear

Thank you Bear.
Now I need to start saving my ashes instead of spreading them in the garden.
 
I'm not a MES user and don't really know what type of glass the MES has, but if it's a ceramic glass then I would stay away from any ammonia based glass cleaners. Ammonia can cause pitting in the ceramic glass. This is from my pellet stove manual. I use a damp paper towel to clean my stoves glass and haven't had any issues.

Chris
 
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