Creosote Removal Products

Keep Volatile Distillates from the Chimney

If you burn wood you may have a hidden fire hazard in your chimney – Creosote! Creosote is a black, tar-like substance caused by condensation of gases in smoke. Creosote can build up and ignite into a dangerous chimney fire. Glazed Creosote is worse yet as it can become nearly impossible to remove with traditional cleaning methods.
 

Creosote Sticks to Chimney's Inner Lining

Since its introduction in 1982 Anti-Creo-Soot has been the industry standard for altering glazed Creosote. Anti-Creo-Soot improves safety and efficiency in wood or coal burning stoves, furnaces, boilers, fireplaces and pellet stoves. Daily use during the heating season will improve heat transfer through the appliance, and make the chimney easier to clean. Anti-Creo-Soot attacks dangerous creosote and soot, and helps prevent chimney fires. It's an-easy-to-use liquid manganese catalyst.

 

A Thick Creosote Accumulation Creates a Fire Hazard

Anti-Creo-Soot improves safety and efficiency in wood or coal burning stoves, furnaces, boilers, fireplaces and pellet stoves. Daily use during the heating season will improve heat transfer through the appliance because 1/32” of carbon insulates the same as 2” of asbestos. Anti-Creo-Soot attacks dangerous creosote and soot, helps prevent chimney fires, and makes the chimney easier to clean.

 

High Build-up can occur in a Single Burning Season

Anti-Creo-Soot® is a nontoxic and environmentally safe liquid manganese catalyst that attacks and destroys dangerous creosote and soot. It is safe for fireplace soot and creosote removal in wood, coal and pellet burning appliances including those with a catalytic burner (put in bypass mode before treatment and for one hour afterwards).  Use Anti-Creo-Soot regularly to control creosote build-up and lessen pollution. Start early in the heating season to condition stoves and furnaces for efficiency. Use liberally at the end of the heating season, before shutting down.