The Best Products for Cleaning Oven Glass
Using a commercial oven cleaner designed for the job will achieve great results. However, oven cleaners can contain strong chemicals, so be sure to keep pets and small children out of the room, and open windows and doors to ensure good ventilation. There are some commercial cleaners available on the market that are fume-free (like Cif Oven Cleaner), so there’s no bad smell when using this type of product, which makes it safer for all the family and reduces the risks of headaches from working in an odorous environment.
Alternatively, you can opt for a more natural solution. A mixture of baking soda and warm water can be used to form a paste to clean your oven glass. Spread the paste onto the door and work the paste into it using your fingers. Leave to set for about 15 minutes and then wipe off with a soft, wet cloth.
No matter what cleaning solution you decide to use, always follow the safety instructions on the label. Then, with the right techniques and a bit of elbow grease your oven door glass will be clear and shiny in no time.
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