How do I prevent tarry soot from accumulating in the wood-burning stove?

Answer:
Tarry soot is caused by insufficient combustion temperature and/or wet wood.

Tarry soot increases the risk of chimney fires.  




Tarry soot can be recognised as a brown, sticky coating on the stove’s surfaces.

Low combustion temperature occurs when there is insufficient primary air during the lighting phase in relation to the quantity of wood used.

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