The Hearth Glass Creme for Ceramic Glass is the finest ceramic glass cleaner available for your glass fronts. The Hearth Glass Creme gently removes creosote, Soot and grime build up from ceramic glass fronts on wood stoves, pellet stoves and fireplac...See All Product Details
The Hearth Glass Creme for Ceramic Glass is the finest ceramic glass cleaner available for your glass fronts. The Hearth Glass Creme gently removes creosote, Soot and grime build up from ceramic glass fronts on wood stoves, pellet stoves and fireplace inserts.
This product uses a very mild abrasive and will not cause micro pitting of glass-ceramic that leads to hazy glass and increased breakage from more aggressive products.
Please note: do not use on tempered glass or plastics like microwave oven doors or tempered fireplace glass doors. Test in small area if unsure whether it is compatible.
- Dissolves creosote, stubborn grime and soot on ceramic glass
- Great on wood stoves, pellet stoves and fireplace inserts
- Not for use tempered glass fireplace doors
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- Type: Cleaner
- Material: Isopropyl Alcohol Silica
- Capacity: 8 oz.
- Height: 6 4/5"
- Depth: 6 4/5"
- Width/Diameter: 1 1/2"
- Item Weight: 1 lb.
- Size: 8 oz.
hearth glass creme for ceramic glass
This product worked fine; however, i don't really need it. i think it's mostly for if you get black buildup on your glass. I just get grey, hazy ash residue that I can easily wash off with a damp paper towel.
Clears the Glass
Great product and protects and cleans the glass very well.
I have tried a number of different products to clean my woodstove door glass and Hearth Glass Crème for Ceramic Glass surpasses them all by a wide margin!
Best glass cleaner
Perkins Hearth Glass Creme is the best glass cleaner I’ve found. It’s like liquid car wax with a bit of polishing compound included. No more scraping with razor blades to try to get the tough stuff off. I fold a paper towel to make an applicator pad, squirt on a quarter-sized amount of creme and do a few perimeter swipes then a circular thing on the rest. Wipe it quickly before it dries, then turn your paper towel to polish the glass. Repeat with a new pad (or turn the first one inside out as it will be black) on the other door. Crystal clear glass results.
Peter M. | Cornwall, VT