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Cleaning glass on oven door

What is the best way to clean the glass on your oven door? I have a self-clean oven, but the glass always has brown marks on it.

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Re: Cleaning glass on oven door

The marks may be on the inside part of the glass. If so then the door will need to be taken apart for cleaning. You can use a razor blade scraper and glass cleaner to soften the buildup. Self cleaning won't remove if it is on the inside.

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