Urgent - quick help on cleaning oven glass please?

(11 Posts)
CelticJuggler Wed 30-Apr-14 09:36:23

I have the oven mate stuff for the main oven and shelves which I used yesterday, but it says not to use on the oven glass in the door.

I have tried a variety of household cleaners and degreasers but nothing is shifting this.

I have my step-mother arriving tomorrow...

How the hell do I shift my husbands baked on sausage grease stains?!

All ideas gratefully received!

there was a thread on here about softening the end of a dishwasher tablet and then rubbing it on the glass. I use brillo pads on mine. (those soap filled scourer things)

missingwordsround Wed 30-Apr-14 09:46:03

"Bar keepers friend" with a decent (non scratch) scourer will get rid pretty much anything!

Most supermarkets sell it now.

GL with family visit!!

CelticJuggler Wed 30-Apr-14 10:06:06

Thanks, the house isn't terrible; and DS is sick today so I'm off work so using my time wisely to get things sorted out.

Just the living room to really do (and a quick clean of the bathroom), and there's no point in doing that until DS is bathed and (hopefully) asleep as it's currently being a fort/garage/dinosaur world.

Oh, and my room needs doing, but I'll just shut the door! blush

PurpleFrog Wed 30-Apr-14 13:13:20

After reading the other oven door thread I managed with fairy liquid and a cloth on a warm oven door. I was amazed how quickly everything came off.

Vivacia Wed 30-Apr-14 13:41:28

Just ask your husband how he normally cleans the door after leaving the grease from his sausages to bake on?

CelticJuggler Wed 30-Apr-14 15:26:45

Well, I can report that a combination of dishwasher tab and scourer shifted it

DH didn't cause the issue though, I did! blush

He cooked sausages, told me he'd done it and was waiting for the oven to cool to wipe it. I then got to it before he'd done it, and turned the oven on to bake a cake... so my fault really!

legohouse Wed 30-Apr-14 16:34:15

Hi, I just had my oven cleaned (i got a man in) ;) He used a blade,like a razor blade,i asked him where i can get one,he said ebay and that you must put fairy liquid solution on the glass first so you don't scratch the glass,he just slid the blade over the door and t'was like magic!!! all the burnt on slime just slid off leaving sparkling glass!! Ebay is your friend grin

Fenton Wed 30-Apr-14 16:40:44

I use fairy liquid and a stanley blade scraper for really baked on stuff, much quicker than scouring.

MrsBrianODriscoll Wed 30-Apr-14 16:47:32

To quote my oven cleaning man, a blade will not scratch glass if you keep it flat. I would use Astonish and a blade.

I am rather anal and I wipe the door after every use. blush

ProcrastinatorExtraordindaire Wed 30-Apr-14 17:16:30

"Wipe the door after every use"

LIGHT BULB MOMENT!
Thank Mrs Brian O'Driscoll! P's he would so get it! grin

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