by Lee Wyatt
(last updated July 24, 2017)
Anyone that has ever had a fireplace can attest to how difficult it can be to remove creosote stains. It really doesn't matter if the stain is on your roof, on the fireplace itself, or only on the chimney, creosote is something that needs to be removed and cleaned away for the safety of your home. Luckily removing creosote stains is a fairly simple task, particularly if you use some oxygen bleach to help out the process. Utilize the following method, and you will be able to get rid of those pesky stains.
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