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  • Black Soot

    Does anyone have a solution on how to get rid of the black soot on the brick outside the oven opening ? I tried soapy water, it helped but is still pretty black. Or is that just normal and permenant ?

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    Re: Black Soot

    Although not eco-friendly, I use TSP, brush, sponge, and follow the directions on the box.
    DON'T buy the stuff labeled TSP substitute, it is about worthless as a cleaner. Both Lowes & HD sell both down here.



    • #3
      Re: Black Soot

      Thanks, I'll give it a try. My wife says it adds character....I suppose she is right.....but as she always said....when do I ever listen. Thanks !