Gather Your Supplies
To clean your Breeo fire pit, you will need a few supplies. These include a stiff brush, mild soap or dish detergent, a bucket of water, and a hose. You may also want to wear gloves to protect your hands from any sharp edges or debris.
Remove the Ash
Before you start cleaning your fire pit, you need to remove any ash or debris that may have accumulated. Use a shovel or ash pan to scoop out any ash, and dispose of it in a metal container. Be sure to wait until the ashes have cooled before handling them.
Scrub the Surface
Once you have removed the ash, it’s time to scrub the surface of your fire pit. Mix mild soap or dish detergent with water in a bucket, and use the stiff brush to scrub the inside and outside of your fire pit. Be sure to pay particular attention to any areas with built-up residue or stains.
Rinse with a Hose
After you have scrubbed your fire pit, rinse it thoroughly with a hose. Be sure to remove any soap residue and debris. You may need to use a high-pressure setting on your hose to remove any stubborn grime.
Dry Your Fire Pit
Once you have rinsed your fire pit, it’s time to dry it off. Use a towel or rag to wipe down the surface, and let it air dry for a few hours. If you want to speed up the drying process, you can use a hairdryer or a heat gun.
Store Your Fire Pit
After your fire pit is clean and dry, you can store it until you are ready to use it again. Make sure to store it in a dry, covered area to protect it from the elements. You may also want to invest in a cover to keep it clean and dry.
- Can I use a pressure washer to clean my Breeo fire pit?
While it is possible to use a pressure washer to clean your fire pit, it is not recommended. The high-pressure water can damage the surface of your fire pit and cause it to rust.
- How often should I clean my Breeo fire pit?
It is recommended to clean your fire pit after every use. This will help prevent the buildup of residue and make it easier to clean in the future.
- What should I do if my fire pit has rust?
If your fire pit has rust, you can use a wire brush or sandpaper to remove it. Once you have removed the rust, you can apply a rust inhibitor to prevent it from returning.
|Stiff brush||Remove the ash|
|Mild soap or dish detergent||Scrub the surface|
|Bucket of water||Rinse with a hose|
|Hose||Dry your fire pit|
|Towel or rag||Store your fire pit|