Using Creosote Buster for Chimney Cleaning & Safety

Why should I use the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster® Firelog?

The Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog contributes to your protection and that of your home by eliminating all or parts of the accumulation of creosote in your chimney ducts.

Is creosote dangerous?

The chemical composition of creosote makes it the typical fuel for chimney fires. The uncontrollable intensity of these fires depends on the density and thickness of the layers of creosote. The accumulation of creosote reduces the efficiency of your fireplace or stove because obstruction of the chimney ducts reduces the air intake and the chimney’s capacity to evacuate the smoke.

How many fires can really happen in a chimney?

More than 25,000 chimney fires occur in the United States each year, resulting in millions of dollars in property damage and tragic loss of life.

How many Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelogs should I use?

Use one Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog at a time in your stove or fireplace. To eliminate the greater part of creosote accumulation that forms on the internal part of your chimney, we recommend using a Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog about every 40 fires, or once per season.

Where can I use the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog?

The Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog can be used in fireplaces and wood stoves.

Are there places I should not use the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog?

Do not use the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog in pellet stoves, BBQ grills, oil stoves, electrical appliances or fireplaces with gas logs.

How much creosote does the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog remove on the first use? Does it remove all the creosote that is built up in the fireplace?

The amount of creosote removed by using a Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog can vary, based on a number of variables, such as how the fireplace or stove is used and the amount of creosote in your chimney. Creosote Buster Firelog will help reduce the amount of creosote in your chimney, but is not a substitute for professional inspection and chimney cleaning.

How often should I use the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog?

It is recommended that you use a Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog once every season.

Has the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog been tested?

Yes. It has been tested by OMNI-Test Laboratory, Inc. to certify its quality and efficiency and is patented in Canada and the United States. It has also been approved by the Chimney Institute of America for chimney safety.

What is the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog made of?

The Creosote Buster Firelog is made of hardwood floor transformation residue, with no binder; therefore, it is safe for the environment and your health.

Does the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog give off any harmful fumes?

Harmful fumes may accumulate if there is not adequate ventilation.

Do I need to have my chimney inspected if I use the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog as recommended?

Yes. Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog is not a substitute for a professional inspection and cleaning.

How do I use the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog?

There are two easy steps in using the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog. First, build and light a fire. After 30 minutes, add a Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog to the burning fire. Active ingredients in the Pine Mountain Creosote Buster Firelog begin attacking the creosote immediately.

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