Have you used a Mr. Clean Eraser Sponge to clean inside of the oven?

by CampmomatHome
I have a self cleaning oven, that has to be on for 3 hours! However, I was wondering if anyone has used the Mr. Clean Eraser Sponge to clean inside your oven. I love using those sponges to clean the shower/tubs in my home, but I have never used them inside the oven.

How about it Hometalkers?

  14 answers
  • try it out...might work ! You can't do any harm if it doesn't.

  • Mpa10674563 Mpa10674563 on Jul 10, 2017


  • Staci Staci on Jul 11, 2017

    I haven't used the Mr. Clean Sponges on the inside , but I have used them on the door. (inside and out). you could always use the sponge and them wipe the oven down with a clean rag just dipped in water.

  • Ellis Ellis on Jul 11, 2017

    No, my self-cleaning oven says not to use anything, chemical or abrasive, to clean the oven. (I do use a cleaner on the inside glass, because that doesn't get cleaned by the self-cleaning.)

    I just put it off until it's a cool/cold day that I plan to be home most of the day.

    Also, be sure to ventilate the house, and close off any rooms with doors, because it smells awful!

  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Jul 11, 2017

    Yep! Combined with a vinegar cleaner that I make! Its awesome!

  • Joanne C. Wanciak Joanne C. Wanciak on Aug 19, 2017

    I use my oven most every day. I have found it cleans as well with a two hour setting ,as it does with three. Then I use damp paper towels to clean the ash. The door glass I clean with a glass scrapper ,then wipe that off ,then turn the self cleaning on.

  • Lois Lois on Aug 19, 2017

    I believe you can change the time on the settings, I do it cleans just fine.

  • Janice Janice on Nov 08, 2023

    I have used the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser on the inside of my oven with no known problem. Just add water and clean away. I also have a sheet of aluminum foil spread across the oven beneath the heat mechanism to catch any drips from items while baking.

    I love the Magic Erasers, they are great for cleaning the bottom rims of coffee/tea cups and oh so many other items around the house. Just be sure to always use while moist.

  • Redcatcec Redcatcec on Nov 08, 2023

    My oven is a self cleaning oven, and the instructions say do not use anything abrasive.

  • Deb K Deb K on Nov 08, 2023

    Hello, hope this helps you. You can use a magic eraser for this for sure.


  • Mogie Mogie on Nov 08, 2023

    Appears to work much better on the glass door then the inside of the oven itself.

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Nov 08, 2023

    No I haven't!

  • Dee Dee on Nov 10, 2023

    I use easy off. Spray on at night wipe off in the morning. I have used a Magic Eraser to clean tough spots.

  • I've heard that a Magic Eraser can do irreparable damage to oven interiors so I personally wouldn't. I just used a pumice stone making sure the surface and stone were wet -- worked like a dream!