Gilmat. Kitchen. October 14th , 2017.
Many homeowners would love to use wood stove fan. Your wood stove blower will spread warm air to the entire spaces; it helps everyone in the room get extra warmth from the wood burning stove. If you have used your fan or blower for years, the performance of blower or fan will decrease. As result, the blower will provide less heat, run louder, and blowing the dust. If this happens, it is time for you to clean your stove blower or fireplace fan.
It is important to clean your wood stove fan self powered regularly so that it will distribute the heat to the entire spaces effectively. To clean your wood stove fan, you need to prepare old sheet that will protect your floor from the dirt when you’re cleaning the blower or fan. Before you start cleaning the fan or blower, you need to read the instructions from the blower manual. This helps you cleaning the fan properly without destroying your blower.
Tips and Tricks for Cleaning Wood Stove Fan Properly
To help you clean the wood stove fan, you need to prepare a small paint brush that’s really clean. If you can clean your paint brush, it is better to find the new one that’s really clean. Broom will also ease you cleaning your wood stove blower. You will also need some tools like pliers and screwdrivers to help you clean the fan properly. Now, let us show you the steps of cleaning your wood stove blower successfully.
First, you must make sure that the fireplace is not hot. If you are sure the fireplace is already cool, you can start cleaning the fireplace blower. If the manual requires you to remove the assembly of the fan, just do it, it will help you clean the fan properly. Or if the manual says you just need to open your fan access panel to clean it, don’t try to remove your blower assembly. Now, you need to clean every fin on your wood stove fan.
Use your paint brush to clean the fins of your wood stove fan. The brush not only helps you remove all dust but also improve the airflow. Also clean the blower motor and cover. By removing all the dust, you will improve your blower airflow. Even though your best friend said liquid helps you cleaning your blower, don’t do the same. Even water will cause electrical damage on the components and motor. Once you finish cleaning the fan, reinstall every component and test it to make sure it works properly.
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