Cleaning Brick and Cast Iron Stove
My husband and I are in the process of updating our 1970's den. Seriously, it's aweful. We have a cast iron wood stove that was converted to gas in the late 80's. It hasn't been lit in about 5 years, but with our upgrading we'd like to make it look better. Any ideas on how to clean the brick (which is very fragile) and the wood stove? We have overspray on it from when we painted the ceiling using a sprayer but it needed a good cleaning anyway.
I've thought about painting the stove, but I worry about overspray on the walls. We'd like to leave the brick natural so painting it is out.
Here is a picture during our overhaul. Don't mind the mess, our den is in shambles until we get the painting done and new trim up.
Last edited by kimberland30; 01-22-2008 at 10:47 AM.