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  • Barbara
    Barbara New Castle, PA
    My glass door has a pretty kitchen hand towel hanging on the handle which I change often so it always looks spiffy. It also hides a multitude of sins........
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  • Lyn-J
    Lyn-J Canada
    Be very cautious about this. I took mine apart, cleaned it and put it back together. When I went to use my stove the glass cracked and that cost, Not all stoves are the same.
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  • Norman Ransom
    Norman Ransom Canon City, CO
    Good job, it's been a few years since I have worked on any ranges but the early models had tempered glass on the inside to handle the 900+ degree temps. I have seen the outer glass shatter due to several reasons. Just didn't want anyone injured, most of
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  • Elbu
    Great job. My range isn't this easy. There were 4 layers of glass on the door and I was unable to unscrew the door that easily. The door was too heavy for me to remove., yeah, I had to call in a service guy. He did an excellent job.
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    • MJ
      MJ Bakersville, NC
      Elbu I stored the iron skillet in mine and the handle must have been protruding over the the edge of the rack, because my inside glass broke. I was able to buy a replacement glass from a mail order
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  • Carol Tomlin
    Carol Tomlin Spencer, MA
    I don't like the fact that I'm stuck with the gunk , but I wouldn't touch this chore with a ten foot pole. I'm disappointed and chicken. :O
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  • Luann Chandler
    Luann Chandler Haymarket, VA
    I'm like Carol. I would be too afraid to tackle this job. I'm fumble fingers for sure and would end up with a huge bill to have it put back together, if, indeed I ever figured out how to take it apart without ruining the whole thing.
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  • Liza
    I have wondered about that for awhile
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  • Patti
    Patti Brunswick, GA
    I had a GE double oven range and my husband cleaned both of the doors several times with no problem. He took the doors off and brought them to a towel covered work area to make sure there was good support. Always cleaned great and never had any issues. I
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  • Niki Hart
    Niki Hart Amarillo, TX
    I wish the stove manufacturers would read these posts! I am to old to take my stove apart and try this, so the pretty towel solution is the one I use!!
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  • Mary Walker
    Mary Walker Portsmouth, NH
    Grateful for tip. Hated looking at clean oven with dirty window. Thanks
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  • ELizabeth Boyens
    ELizabeth Boyens Sebastopol, CA
    I'd love to try this!
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  • Dixie
    Dixie Brandon, MS
    Why do they even get dirty between the glass in the first place?
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    • Jan 3 Boll
      Jan 3 Boll Muskegon, MI
      Dixie That's what I've always wondered - you don't cook between the windows so how does it get dirty? I can understand ceiling lights as there are small holes that bugs get through and can't get out, but oven doors?
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  • Wendy
    Wendy Butte, MT
    I found with my dirty oven glass that it was easiest to go up from the bottom of the door. There are usually two or three vents on the bottom and that is usually how the glass gets dirty. I just use an old aquarium glass scrubber and go in the bottom. My
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