Regency produces both gas and furnaces. With regency wood stove there is astonishment in the stove that you place three. Astonishing is available in ceramics or bricks. A ceramic baffle is easier to clean. But it is very delicate and can crush if too much weight is placed on it or if you drop three pieces directly onto it. In the fact, regency carries a variety of fireplace designs.
Many of them equipped with glass doors or windows that allow you to sit by the fire and enjoy the warm, cozy view. Smoke and ash build up on the glass quickly, leaving unsightly remnants to be removed to keep the wood stove looking its best. When cleaning regency wood stove parts, you have two options. Buy a fireplace glass cleaner from your local grocery store or use white vinegar.
While to clean regency wood stove, starting with spray the wood-burning glass with a commercial fireplace glass cleaner. You can also fill a spray bottle of vinegar and spray on the glass. Two, lave the liquid for 5 seconds, wipe with a cleaning cloth. Three, continue spraying and drying before removing any soot. Four, spray the outside of the glass, which rarely accumulates soot but often collects dust and dirt. Wipe again with cleaning cloth and allow it to air dry. Note: for caked-on construction, use an abrasive Scotch-Brite pad.