How to Clean between Oven Glass WITHOUT taking off the door!
When you clean your oven's glass door are there still spots and stains on it? That's because there are stains inside of the window between the panes of glass which might seem impossible to clean. The good news is there are tips for cleaning oven door between glass so your glass will be clean on the outside and the inside. The best part is, you don't even have to take your glass oven door apart to clean it properly. Anna from Ask Anna Moseley shares her cleaning tips for cleaning oven door between glass, and surprisingly it's pretty easy. You can do this while you're cleaning your oven to keep the glass clean all of the time or you can just do it as needed when there are noticeable drips and stains. All you'll need to clean your oven door between the glass is a wire hanger, a rubber band and some cleaning wipes. You can also just use a very thin cloth with some water and vinegar on it too if you like for a more natural cleaner. First, make your cleaning tool by straightening the wire hanger out and then attach the cloth to the very end of the wire hanger with your rubber band. Then, just take out the bottom drawer of your oven and set it aside. This way you'll gain access to the opening between the glass and the inside of the oven.
The next part isn't the most fun, but you'll need to lay on the floor to look up through the opening from underneath. You can lay down a towel on the floor first for more comfort, and so you don't get dirty. There will be a few different openings at the bottom, and these will be your openings to slide your cleaning tool up and gain access to clean the inside of the glass. Push the cleaning tool up into the oven door and slide it around to clean the inside of the door. Then pull it out and replace the cloth if need be and clean it some more. Once you're all done, you can pull the tool out for the last time and then throw away all of the dirty cleaning cloths. This awesome cleaning tip is so valuable for anyone who has been wanting to clean the inside of their glass oven door. So if you try it out and it works for you, make sure you share this with other people too.
Anna also has some other great posts on cleaning your oven including her post called How to Clean an Oven; she also shares How to Clean a Self Cleaning Oven and How to Remove Discoloration on the Oven Door amongst others. When cleaning your oven, you can use all natural cleaners instead of the chemical cleaners you buy at the store. That way you're not bringing toxins into your home which can be unsafe for your children and pets. You'll also be doing the environment a huge favour too by using natural cleaners since all of this stuff ends up in our waterways and landfills in the end. Anna is a wife and a mother, and she's the founder of Ask Anna. She says that she's always loved cleaning and organizing so she wants to share her cleaning tips and tricks with all of us so we can benefit from them. She also encourages her readers to message her with any questions they may have, and she does question and answer posts as well to answer some of the most popularly asked questions. Check out her website and learn more about cleaning your oven and other areas in your home.***
The article also has a live link to a forum where you can read other peoples advice and experience on cleaning the glass doors in their ovens. There are those that even attempted taking the door apart, but you will read their stories that it was not easy to put the door back together so that method is not advised. With all the progress and innovations to ovens, you would think that the oven manufacturers would have an easier solution, but apparently not! Most of the people that made the mistake of taking their door apart advise in capital letters DO NOT TAKE THE DOOR APART! **
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