How to Clean Your Oven Door Naturally

10 Minutes
Get that oven door clean and shiny without using chemicals! Here is a simple way to do so using supplies you have on hand and in 10 minutes flat.
Sadly, the inside of the oven door is one place most of us forget to clean and it gets DIR-TY. I hadn't even thought about cleaning it. How do I clean it? What do I use? Will it scratch? Here is the before.
This cleaning task was so much easier than I thought. All you need are a few supplies you already have at home. I couldn't believe how easily it worked and it didn't cost anything.

Jessica @ Decor Adventures
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  • Anna O'Leary Anna O'Leary on May 01, 2017
    I can't see what you used I see all the photos but it does not tell me what you used to clean the oven door I know the info is there but it just does not show for me.

  • Lesia Leskiw Lesia Leskiw on May 01, 2017
    My oven door is dirty in between the exterior and interior glass of the door. It seems strange how dirt or drips got in there. Don't see a way of getting in there.

  • Kathy Kathy on Oct 25, 2019

    How do you clean in between the two glasses of the oven door?


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  • Ed Ed on Jul 30, 2018

    I used water and about 85 % of the crud came off, with almost no effort. I will try again with vinegar to see if I can get the rest off. But right now, this is a major improvement.

  • Destiny Destiny on Jan 06, 2019

    Thanks for the info - I used Baking Soda to clean the door, the top of my oven (scum was building up and I couldn’t figure out how to get it off) and my tea pot that had a bunch of sticky gunk on it!!! I have been a huge vinegar fan ... now I am adding baking soda to my natural cleaning arsenal!