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How To Clean In Between The Glass On Your Stove Doors

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Want to clean that space in between the glass on your oven door? It's really not hard...all you need is an inexpensive tool and a few free minutes.
  • how to clean in between the glass on your stove doors, appliances, cleaning tips, doors, Clean the space between your oven doors
Clean the space between your oven doors.
  • how to clean in between the glass on your stove doors, appliances, cleaning tips, doors, Special tool for torx screw around 5
Special tool for torx screw...around $5.
  • how to clean in between the glass on your stove doors, appliances, cleaning tips, doors, Open up the doors but be careful because they may spring apart
Open up the doors, but be careful, because they may spring apart.
  • how to clean in between the glass on your stove doors, appliances, cleaning tips, doors, Scrub with baking soda and water paste mixture
Scrub with baking soda and water paste mixture.
  • how to clean in between the glass on your stove doors, appliances, cleaning tips, doors, All clean and completely see through now
All clean and completely see through now!

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  • Gayle
    Gayle Gillette, WY

    Mine has a couple spill drips, what bugs me the most is the amount of dust clinging between the two panes of glass. I am going to do this for sure. Thanks!

  • Rhonda Mccoy
    Rhonda Mccoy Greenville, NC

    Hmm thank you

  • Anita Paquette

    under the door there is hole I insert a hanger with a rag attach to it, and voila It cleans good

  • Mary Whitehead
    Mary Whitehead Tyler, TX

    My oven door came apart by unscrewing two screws . All I needed was a Philip's head screwdriver

  • Stacy Echard
    Stacy Echard Severn, MD

    Works well to get stainless steel on the front of the stove clean. I use a stainless product on it usually, but sometimes it gets grease and sticky splatter that don't go away with that. Use the baking soda to get it all clean and then polish it of

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