Ive had my stove going for 4 days, and Ive cleaned the glass at least 4 times, each time using Rutland. Ive been afraid of the glass etching, and after the last application of Rutland last night, I woke this morning to see the swirl marks of where the Rutland was applied. I purposely did an extra hard rubbing of the glass to remove it. I just now did another cleaning with it, and I was going to try the Butchers Wax paste trick after I cleaned it, but I guess the wife tossed the old Butchers Wax out.
Im going to try to pick some more up this week. Anyway, I was very surprised to see the haze come back so quickly, as the glass is new. Did someone mention that it might happen faster if the stove has been idling ? I tried the ash on the rag trick, and that didn't seem to want to work.