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How To Clean Oven Glass Quickly And Without Chemicals

Does the inside of your oven door look like this even if you ran your self-cleaning feature for 4 hours? (I know, it’s gross!)  How about an easy and healthy oven cleaning trick today?

Here’s the trick to clean up the glass without all those unhealthy chemicals.

My all-time favorite household tool, the utility blade!! Push the blade on an angle in long, even rows, wiping it clean frequently on a paper towel. Try not to scratch at little spots or you’ll mark the glass noticeably.

It might take two or three fresh, sharp blades depending on the severity of your door glass.

To clean up the rest of the oven without using toxic products, try using a baking soda/water paste. Spread it all over, leave it for a couple of hours, then come back and wipe out all the gunk with a nylon scrubbing pad.

This is one of those tasks that is laborious but once it’s done you’ll be so glad you did it!


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Kris {Driven by Decor}

Thursday 27th of April 2017

This is a great one Lisa! Why can't that oven clean itself??! LOL!


Monday 1st of May 2017

I know! It's my least favorite job but I must admit I'm happy when it's done!


Thursday 27th of April 2017

love it! will have to try this. hey, did you get an email i sent you recently?


Wednesday 26th of April 2017

I'm going to try the baking soda/water paste solution. Great trick using a blade for the oven window!


Tuesday 25th of April 2017

The second way I have often used, but the first way to be new to me :) In your opinion, which way gives the best results?

Thanks for providing new tips


Wednesday 26th of July 2017

Using a utility blade to clean oven glass works great - and is chemical free!