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Outdoor Propane Fireplace Care and Maintenance

In order to keep your outdoor propane fireplace working efficiently, it's essential that you understand how to maintain one properly. This involves checking the primary parts, such as the pilot and burners, cleaning and even painting the unit when necessary. Furthermore, proper maintenance also involves using the unit safely and putting out fires completely when you've finished burning a fire in it. What follows is a step-by-step guide on how to keep a propane fireplace working correctly.

Materials Needed:
  • A stiff nylon brush
  • A bucket
  • Liquid soap
  • Water
  • Paint
  • Paint brush
Step 1: Clean Pilot and Burners

Outdoor propane fireplaces can retain dirt and grime on their pilots and burners. If you keep these parts clean and free of residue, your propane fireplace will function better.

Step 2: Check Gas Pilot Safety System

Every so often, check to make sure the gas pilot safety system is functioning properly.

Step 3: Paint Firebox as Necessary

One of the ways to keep your outdoor propane fireplace clean and looking nice is to paint in whenever it becomes necessary.

Step 4: Always Completely Put Fires out

Be certain there are no embers left glowing after using your fireplace. Drench any of these with water.

If you follow the preceding four steps, you will be sure to safely use your outdoor propane fireplace.




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