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Dirty glass on oven door

How can one safely clean the baked on stains on the glass on the oven door. I know we shouldn't use harsh abrasives but those brown stains seem to have become part of the glass. Are we just stuck with it.? I'm afraid that some day we won't be able to see through it.

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  • jhwms Dec 23, 2008

    During the one time I used the self-cleaning, the glass did not come clean, but I don't recall how long or what temperature was used. But, I will try again. Thanks.


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Does your stove have an electric self-cleaning cycle?

If so, do it. I was surprised how well it worked on the glass too!

Remember though it may take 3-4 hours at a very high temperature.

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