Fixing a "frosted glass" cabinet door

We just moved into a home with modern frosted glass on 4 cabinets and one has-what looks like an oil or grease stain on it. I've tried cleaning it but its not coming off. Any ideas?
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  • Swan Road Designs Swan Road Designs on Jan 08, 2015
    First, mask off any wood near the stained area of the glass. Then spray a large quantity of Easy-Off oven cleaner into a small bowl. Using a toothbrush or another small brush, apply the oven cleaner onto the stained area. Scrub it around a bit and leave it, covered with some plastic wrap, for about 1 hour. Remove the plastic wrap, test the stain with the, now clean, toothbrush to see if the stain is going away or has lessened. This method should remove your stain. It may take a couple applications, but I am reasonably certain you will have clean glass again.
  • Diana Lafavor Diana Lafavor on Jan 09, 2015
    These are what I would try in order of mildest to most aggressive. With all of them I would make sure to keep it of the woodwork or cabinets. Baking Soda and Dawn Dish detergent ( i prefer the original blue ) made into a paste leave on for an hour or two the scrub off. Denatured Alcohol ( make sure you don't get it on the cabinet part ) Bon - Ami or Soft Scrub Citrus based cleaner If none of those get it off I don't know
  • Carole Carole on Jan 09, 2015
    Have you tried a drop of methylated spirit on a cloth? Or mineral turpentine. The later is a good degreaser.
  • Trish Hodges Trish Hodges on Jan 10, 2015
    clean it with hot soapy water if their is no frost you can buy a spray frost i think a department store' or craft store