Fireplace Tool Set Design

Jul 5th

To operate and maintain your fireplace tool set, it is essential to have the right equipment. The tools basic make it easier to manipulate the trunks and properly clean the chimney. Such tools can be found in any store home improvement and most of them are steel and are available in basic black with handles of brass or wood.

Country Classic Wrought Iron Fireplace Tool Set
Country Classic Wrought Iron Fireplace Tool Set

To clean the chimney fireplace tool set, it is a good idea to have two blades. A shovel, about 3 feet (90 cm) long, should have a square edge. Use this blade on the outside to eliminate cold fireplace ashes. Save another edged blade, about 2 feet (60 cm) long, inside the house to remove the ashes of the corners of the fireplace. It is also useful to collect debris such as bark chips and poured ashes.

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A cube of steel is essential for the maintenance of the fireplace. Looking for a bucket of paint used, but clean 5 gallon (19 l) you may have in your handle. Make sure these cans do not have flammable waste inside before putting ashes on them. A bucket of 5 gallons (19 l) serves to collect the ashes of a medium or large fireplace tool set.

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