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How To Clean In Between The Glass On Your Stove Doors

Backyard Escapes 6 days ago
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. #cleaningtricks
Clean the space between your oven doors.
Special tool for torx screw...around $5.
Open up the doors, but be careful, because they may spring apart.
Scrub with baking soda and water paste mixture.
All clean and completely see through now!

To see more: http://www.mom4real.com/2012/10/how-to-clean-in-between-glass-on-your.html

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  • Deborah Trujillo
    Deborah Trujillo Apache, OK
    I bought a Frigidaire stove and the burner area stays ugly,almost like the paint has bubbled and nothing gets it clean,I,be tried everything.just never buy their appliances.
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    • Charlene
      Charlene Elgin, IL
      Deborah Trujillo I bought a Frigidaire stove also and it's almost impossible to clean the burner area without it streaking like a film is over it. I also am experiencing the surface
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  • Edna Dilmore
    Edna Dilmore Mc Calla, AL
    Not as easy as it may seem I should say , it wasn't for me.
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  • Southdakota Farmer
    Barkeepers Friend works on the stove top. I sometimes use an SOS pad if something gets really burned on-doesn't hurt the glass and just rinse it off and dry. Looks like new
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  • Joy Barry
    Joy Barry Marquette, KS
    They have a special cleaner for glass tops. Just ask your appliance store.
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  • Nancy Chafin
    Nancy Chafin Berryville, AR
    My oven door falls open when you begin to open it. Is there a spring somewhere?
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    • Patti
      Patti Amsterdam, NY
      Nancy Chafin yes there is one on the metal bracket call the company that made the stove ask how to adjust it
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  • Allison Robbins
    This cleaning tip is pretty obvious. Be ready also to hold the glass and have a place to put it. For mine, I needed large vise grips to hold the door together when I was putting the screws back in.
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  • Marty
    marty Klingerstown, PA
    Yes...be ready to hold the glass!!! My husband tried cleaning our stove this way and the glass fell out and shattered everywhere....Got a new stove out of it though!
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  • Patti
    Patti Amsterdam, NY
    if just a drip on the glass a pipe cleaner from Lowe's thick cushy helps too
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  • Drmanifold
    Try Shaklee Scour Off to clean glass stove tops. Works wonders.
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  • Debra Marshall
    I'd like to know how that part of the stove gets dirty to begin with if it is sealed......
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  • Carolyn Faye Blizzard Lanier
    You have to be careful when you mess with you stove doors, some of them have gas in-between the glass, we had a friend that had cleaned theirs an the next day the oven glass exploded.
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  • Carol
    Carol Thomasville, GA
    Use ketchup for any burned on areas. Works also for pots and pans.
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