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    MidLifeCrisis
    Living Flame Gas Fire Coals
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    • 3rd Feb 10, 3:19 PM
    Living Flame Gas Fire Coals 3rd Feb 10 at 3:19 PM
    Hi

    Does anyone know how we can restore our living flame gas fire coals to look nice again please? They're removable so I thought I could wash them off in a bowl of warm soapy water? Problem is the colour is also looking very sad nowadays, more of a dull grey with a few white chips in places and could do with a spruce up too.

    I found a thread that suggests a can of black magic, but I've no idea what this is, where I can get it or even if it is safe or fireproof when dry. When I googled it... well you can imagine the results

    Thanks in advance

    MLC
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