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yk06043

I’ve used it on two glass oven doors a few days ago. It left them sparkling and all the spatter gone. I used an abrasive to nudge off the most resistant final bits of heavily baked spatter. Both glass doors are shining and the stainless steel oven trays glint through th3 doors when lit with the oven lights. Probably wouldn’t use the stuff on my best designers sunglasses or my driving glasses but they’re oven doors with spatter. I want them clean. The stuff works. The door glass is now sparkling. I’ve used this product for the last 5 years on th3 same oven and doors. The ovens get an annual clean before the rigors of seasonal Christmas cooking - our Thanksgiving feasting. Take courage and clean. yk06043

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billy3p

Thanks again.It seems the only vendor stateside I can find is Amazon and while not the most expensive item I have purchased it isn't exactly cheap. I have a friend who will be visiting home(England) in the coming days and I will ask if he can possibly find it and transport it back for me. In the mean time I have toiled using vinegar and baking soda before cooking a frittata at 350 degrees F and while the oven was still warm after baking I used a paste of baking soda and a few drops of concentrated dawn liquid dish soap applied with a non-scouring pad to the door.After letting it sit for 30 minutes I spritzed it with vinegar and followed up with the non-scouring pad again and have removed about 95 percent of the build up. If/when I get the thing super clean I will be much more diligent in cleaning on a regular basis.I much prefer a little work effort than a major undertaking

Cheers for a wonderful holiday

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wallisp69

In the restaurant biz, we heated up the oven, took a pitcher of carbonated water, splashed it into the oven, and all the burned in stuff will loosen and you can wipe out. Those green squbbing pads work great to help with hard stains. Of course doing this regularly, will keep it sparking clean, no orders, no toxicity, from harsh chemicals.

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