To clean the bricks on an indoor fireplace, clean up any ashes in the fireplace and wash away the soot with an all-purpose cleaner. Rinse the bricks and repeat the cleaning process to remove any remaining stains. More »

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Someone who wants to clean a brick fireplace needs a tough bristle brush, fireplace brick cleaner and a spray bottle full of water. To clean the brick, spray it with water, scrub until large stains loosen, and then use t... More »

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To clean a fireplace, scrub the metal inserts, scoop out the ashes and scrape soot from the interior walls. Complete the task when the fireplace has not been used for several days to be sure the materials are cool enough... More »

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Treat a marble fireplace gently by cleaning it primarily with clean water and a rag, but a little dishwasher detergent can work on stubborn soot and dirt. Deeper stains should be attacked with a commercial marble cleaner... More »

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To clean fireplace glass, put on rubber gloves, remove the glass from the doors, apply a specialty cleaner, and carefully scrape away any baked-on soot with a single-edge razor blade. Most spray cleaners do not have enou... More »

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Clean a limestone fireplace by emptying the ashes, vacuuming the stone, protecting the surrounding area and scrubbing with trisodium phosphate. Since limestone is porous, it allows stains to soak into the stone. More »

Fireplace ashes should be soaked in water before disposal to extinguish any remaining embers. Wear gloves and old clothes when removing ashes from the fireplace, as they can stain. More »

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