I'm new to wood stoves with ceramic glass windows (but not to wood stoves). I keep reading how the air washes down the window, keeping it relatively clear, but my new Jotel F400 Celestine doesn't appear to have read the same books. Tell me, does everyone have to clean their glass, with the readily available special cleaners, nearly every day or two? Is that SOP? Or, am I alone with a problem unique to my installation, and/or make-model? Since installing an outside air intake, my draft seems good. Nice stove otherwise. Terrible company (Jotel) in terms of technical support. I call their tech support each Monday, and leave a message for a call back (that's their idea of support). Of course, no one's really there to call back, but it is reassuring to have a number to call; don't you think. Any ideas on keeping the glass clear would be gratefully received. Any ideas on better, cheaper, ways to clean it wouldn't be too bad either. Thanks!!