Outdoor Fireplace Burner Clan

Outdoor fireplace burner – Over time, with little moisture, the metal tends to rust. Coil-type cooker eyes and the bowls used on them is no exception to that rule. Rust on the stove eyes may result in fire, shock and inhalation hazards for humans, pets and your home. Cleaning the rust from your outdoor fireplace burner will reduce these risks and provide you with a working appliance to cook for you and your family.

Posted on November 19, 2017 Fireplace

Instructions

Turn the cooker controls, burner and let cool for at least 1 hour. Remove the burner from the stove. Lifting the free end of the eye, and pulling the burner, disconnects the outlet below the surface of the stove. Let the burner in the bucket for 15 minutes to allow the chemical to do its job. Oak a cloth and wipe off the residues from the burner.

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Moisten your soap pad and scrub the entire burner on both sides. Focus on the rusted area, but scrub the entire torch to be sure that you get some smaller pieces of rust from metal. Rinse the burner with clean water while holding it inside the bucket. Wipe away any residue with a wet cloth. Wipe the burner with a new cloth and let it air dry for another 30 minutes before you reinstall it in the outdoor fireplace burner.

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