If you burn wood you may have a hidden fire hazard in your chimney – CREOSOTE!
Creosote is a black, tar-like substance caused by condensation of gases in smoke. In time it builds up, and under the right conditions, it can ignite into a dangerous chimney fire.
Glazed creosote is the worst type because it is almost impossible to remove with conventional cleaning methods.
Non-Toxic & Environmentally Safe Creosote Removal!
Anti-Creo-Soot® is a non-toxic and environmentally safe liquid manganese catalyst that attacks and destroys dangerous creosote and soot. It is safe for fireplace soot removal and creosote removal in all wood, coal and pellet burning appliances including those with catalytic combustors.
Safe for Use With: Wood, Coal and Pellet Burning Appliances, As Well As Gas Logs
Wood: Regular use of ACS® creosote remover converts hazardous creosote to a harmless ash or char. Helps reduce further deposits, making the appliance safer to operate and more efficient.
Coal: Soot from low grade or improperly burned coal is a serious pollutant. ACS® can significantly reduce soot and therefore emissions from coal stoves.
Pellet Stoves: ACS® reduces accumulations of excess ash from wood-based pellets, and helps prevent clogging of the pellet feed mechanism.
Gas Logs: ACS® disperses unsightly carbon buildup on gas logs and helps prevent future accumulation. The result is cleaner burning logs and a more realistic fire.
Use ACS® regularly to control creosote accumulation and reduce pollution. Start early in the heating season to “condition” stoves and furnaces for efficiency. Use liberally at the end of the heating season, before shutting down. For best results use daily during the heating season. 6 to 12 sprays of ACS® into the firebox, each time a fire is burned, will prevent the dangerous build-up of creosote from occurring. Using ACS® is not a substitute for regular chimney cleaning. Have severe conditions inspected and corrected by a qualified chimney sweep before using ACS®.