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I cleaned 20 years of smoke and soot from the brass around the glass doors of my wood-burning fireplace with no mess and no elbow grease!
Time: 2-3 Hours Cost: $7.50 Difficulty: Easy

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  • Tracy Frerichs
    Tracy Frerichs Minden, NE

    Wow! Thank you all for your suggestions and comments! I'm inspired to start cleaning the brick and mortar now. The glass cleaned well with just glass cleaner (the shadows make it look dirty in the photos). Good suggestions on refinishing the brass

  • Tina Franzen
    Tina Franzen Harper Woods, MI

    this is great. Thanks for sharing. I need to try it. I fear however that mine may be too far gone.

  • Anne Hewitt
    Anne Hewitt Virginia Beach, VA

    When placing our home on the market, a professional Home Stager told us to 1) Paint the brass doors with *Oiled Bronze* color spray paint. (we did this outside- easy to remove the entire unit - just a few screws and rather than taping ALL the glass

  • Linda Anthony
    Linda Anthony Meadville, PA

    people may not notice those 'oiled bronze' updates, but they SURE will notice if they weren't done!

  • LaVerne Jutila

    Goof off the miracle remover a real miracle and easy off little to none elbow grease

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