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Cleaning glass oven door

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wiickets Sat 11-Feb-17 18:39:31

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dementedpixie Sat 11-Feb-17 19:10:34

Soap filled Brillo pad?

mrtumblesmistress1 Sat 11-Feb-17 19:11:45

This will sound bonkers but a dishwasher tablet. Wet and rub. It's genius.

Flipthebirdy Sat 11-Feb-17 19:12:39

I use Mr muscle oven cleaner spray. Its like a foam so it stays in place. I usually close the oven door and leave it for a couple of hours and when I come back the door can be wiped clean easily.

donajimena Sat 11-Feb-17 19:14:13

Oven mate is a gel that sticks. Buy from lakeland or online. Its worth every penny.

MeDented Sat 11-Feb-17 19:14:17

Oven Mate is the best cleaner I've ever found. You need to wear gloves, it's a gel that you paint on the glass door with the supplied brush. Leave for a little while depending how dirty it is then just wipe off and rinse. Easy

DramaAlpaca Sat 11-Feb-17 19:17:26

What demented suggested works.

I have a glass scraper, you can buy ones online specifically for ovens & you literally scrape the burnt on grease away.

Newtssuitcase Sat 11-Feb-17 19:20:31

I did mine this morning.

I used a scourer but not a metal one since that will scratch the glass. I used glass cleaner first and then tried the dishwasher tablet. Dishwasher tablet didn't work initially but I persisted and ultimately it did seem to help.

I had to take the glass out though and really scrub.

MayhemandMadness01 Sat 11-Feb-17 19:23:09

Dish washer tablet, honestly works a treat

user1486819167 Sat 11-Feb-17 19:38:59

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Prokupatuscrakedatus Sun 12-Feb-17 14:04:54

I second the dishwasher tablet, followed by wiping the oven door after every use so it stays nice and seethrough (that's what I "forgot" to do till the window was closed by fatty-burned in-dirt)

AlfaMummy Sun 12-Feb-17 20:46:11

Oven mate!

Sparklingbrook Sun 12-Feb-17 20:46:46

Get the professionals in.

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