Cooking without staining the oven is basically impossible. The oven’s walls and door will get stained with grease. My experience as a housewife tells me that cleaning the inside of an oven is difficult, but cleaning its door is even more difficult. Whatever product you use to clean your oven, grease will spread over its glass door. Let’s get that cleaned up!
Nonetheless, I thought to myself one day: this is the moment when that glass door will look brand-new.
I took some screwdrivers and disassembled the oven’s door. Then I removed the glass.
🧴 How to clean the oven’s glass door
Let the glass door soak in hot water for a few minutes, then spray both sides with Windex and lemon juice.
Once the fat deposits have softened very well, place the glass in a clean household bag and allow it to sit for a few hours.
It will take three or four hours for all the grease to melt. Now, wash the window with a glass cleaner. This way, you’ll avoid scratching it because there is no need for a brush or abrasive sponge.
🧽 Clean the enamel oven’s door with baking powder
It’s now a piece of cake! Make a thick paste of baking soda and hot water, and spread it over the oven’s door. You can also spread it inside the oven. Let it sit for a few hours, and then use a plastic dish sponge and dish soap to remove all the grease.
Within a few minutes and with minimal effort, the door is now clean. Finally, put the glass back on the oven door.
Even if you can’t disassemble the oven door, baking soda is the number one grease remover, especially when it comes to cleaning the oven.