How to Clean the Oven Glass Door with No Chemicals

cleaning-glass-oven-door-with-no-chemicals-1My oven was in need of a serious cleaning. I was guilty of procrastinating. Fortunately, I do have a self-cleaning oven, but I have always been dissatisfied with the results of the oven glass door. I’ve used Easy Off with its terrible fumes and non-scratch scouring pads, but never totally happy. There was always a few pesty spots left on my door! My husband and I use the oven a lot, so I didn’t have the expectation of it looking brand new. After all, my oven is five-years-old, so I turned to my new BFF, the internet, for advice. I was almost ready to make a purchase on Amazon.com for a rather pricy product that got pretty decent reviews, when I found this YouTube video, How to Clean the Oven Door the Easy Way, by Real Mom Talk. So I proceeded to my local Home Depot store to buy a razor with a handle. What did I have to lose, but a few dollars and some time?

Cleaning Oven Glass Door with No Chemicals

As you can see by the photos below, the glass oven was dirty with burned on grease…not pretty! I added a little water to the area I was cleaning and gently scraped the grease off. The water helps to prevent scratching the glass. After I was done with this process, I was pretty happy. There were just a few tiny spots where I couldn’t get the grease off. Then I proceeded to self-clean the oven for four hours.Cleaning Oven Glass Door with No Chemicals 2After the oven cooled down and I wiped off the powdery residue from the cleaning process, I was pleasantly surprised to see the few tiny spots were gone! My oven glass door sparkled without the use of chemicals!Cleaning the Oven Glass Door with No Chemicals

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20 thoughts on “How to Clean the Oven Glass Door with No Chemicals

  1. Our self clean cycle has never managed to clean our oven door very well either…what we have used is Barkeeper’s Friend–it’s a bit abrasive and indeed a bit chemically, so I’ll look into finding a nice scraper instead.

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  5. Thank you for this great information. I hate to clean the oven. It is necessary evil , indeed. 🙂 My advice is to use lemon juice after cleaning it. It will make your oven smells fantastic. Best regards!

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