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A chimney is most frequently considered burdensome to clean in the kitchen. Nobody likes extensive cleaning (Unless you are one of those clean freaks). For starters, cleaning is time-consuming and when it is cleaning a chimney, the time doubles by default.

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Chimney: 4 cleaning tips to try at home

People consider chimneys as comparatively complicated equipment to clean as opposed to other items in the kitchen. Nonetheless, it is extremely important to clean a chimney from time to time. In light of the features and functions of chimneys, cleaning becomes an inevitable process. Excess amounts of oil and grease get stuck between the filters of the chimney. This leads to a decrease in the efficiency of the chimney.  In this blog, we offer cleaning tips helpful in cleaning chimneys:

1. Vinegar

Vinegar is the perfect chimney cleaning agent available at every house. Vinegar helps in wiping away the stains formed on the exterior layers of the chimney, like the hood and the panels. To tidy up your chimney with vinegar, use a paper towel to soak in the vinegar solution and wipe it on the surface of the chimney.

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Vinegar

2. Baking soda 

A little baking soda mixed with salt and vinegar is all you need to get rid of the grease on the chimney. Dismember the filters of the chimney into a tub and add hot boiling water. Take equal portions (2 – 3 tablespoons) of baking soda and salt and mix them with 2 cups of vinegar. Let it soak for 1 to 2 hours and then wash it with cold water.

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Baking soda is helpful in cleaning chimney

3. Paint thinner / Nail polish remover 

Paint thinner is one of the most efficient cleaning agents you can use to clean chimneys. Paint thinner is considered to be one of the easiest cleaning agents to work with as they give instant results. If paint thinner is not available, nail polish removers or acetone is also equally capable of removing the grease present on the mesh of the chimneys.

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Paint thinner

4. Detergent powder 

A mix of detergent powder and hot boiling water is an unfailing combination to get rid of grease. Similar to the process of baking soda, dismember the filters of the chimney, add in 3 tablespoons of detergent powder and scrub it gently. Then put the filters in the boiling water. You will find oil and grease dissociating from the filters slowly.

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Detergent powder – Cleaning agent for chimney

A chimney is more like an investment. Hence you need to make sure you give proper care and clean it regularly. This ensures the longevity of the chimney. Check out the best interior design degree courses offered by JD Institute of Fashion Technology.

Chimney: 4 cleaning tips to try at home

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