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    Chimney Maintenance

    If regular maintenance is the key to prolonged efficiency, then chimney maintenance products are indispensable in ensuring the safety and function of your chimney over time. Things like brushes for soot, tools for creosote removal, replacements for old or worn rivets, and adjustable ladders help make sure that your chimney always works the same way it did when first installed. Your chimney will always be good as new using valuable chimney maintenance products from here in our store.
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    from Hardyston, NJ asked:
    March 11, 2015
    What is the best brush kit to clean a six inch stainless steel chimney liner?
    1 Answer
    For your application, we would suggest the SBI 7 Inch Medium-Duty Round Poly Chimney Brush. The rods and connectors for this brush can be found under the page's "accessories" tab.
    Brennan W.
    on March 11, 2015

    from MN asked:
    December 19, 2014
    I have a square 25 foot clay-lined wood stove chimney (6.5" x 7"). I am shopping for a brush and rod combo. I prefer torque lock connectors that are flat (not round) and I am considering a chain whip. This is for individual, residential use so I'm looking for mid-level quality. What would you suggest?
    1 Answer
    A brush that would work well for your needs is the 8-Inch x 8-Inch Square Master Sweep Flat Wire Brush Head with TLC Torque Lock Connector. The brush works well with the Torque Lock Connector 5-Foot Fiberglass Extension Rod with .440-Inch Diameter, which is a good brush for homeowner use. The brush is large enough that it should offer good cleaning ability, without being too difficult to pull back up the chimney.
    on December 19, 2014

    from Calmar, CAN asked:
    September 8, 2014
    I need a tool to bore out my existing chimney clay liner in order for my new stainless flex liner to fit. Is there a tool you sell that would do the job? it doesn't need to take much material off but 1/4 or 3/8 should be enough to get my new liner in.
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    The required tool for your job will be a product such as the ProKleen Small Tile Breaker with TLC Connector. Used in conjunction with steel button lock rods, the tile breaker has an eccentric orbit that will cause it to spin randomly, breaking the tiles and allowing space to install a liner. There is not a product on the market that is designed to shave off material without damaging the tiles.
    on September 9, 2014

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